Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry Showcase Abstract &

Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry Showcase Abstract &

Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry Showcase Abstract & Presentation Guidelines ABSTRACT GUIDELINES Only the primary presenter needs to submit an abstract, and only one abstract should be submitted for each presentation. Abstracts should be within 150-200 words. Abstracts longer than 200 words will not be accepted by the form. All formatting and special characters (e.g., scientific symbols) will not be processed by the form. Your abstract text should be in plain text format. Make sure the language is understandable by a non-specialist. (Avoid writing for an audience that includes only you and your professor.) Please fill out the online registration form carefully and communicate your special requests to the O.U.R. as soon as possible.

ABSTRACT TIPS Consider including the following sections where applicable to your abstract/summary: 1. Brief background/introduction 2. Research question you addressed 3. Hypotheses tested 4. Brief description of your methodology

5. Brief description of findings, or results, or outcome, or work created, etc. 6. Significance of results to your discipline and beyond Remember: You are the best judge as to what abstract/summary elements are needed to explain your work to a diverse cross-section of UTSA audience members. Please feel free to add or remove elements as needed. PRESENTATION GUIDELINES All presentation formats are welcome: Poster Exhibition of art or model Recital Multimedia

The recommended poster size is 48 wide x 36 tall. The font size and color on the provided templates (page 6) are appropriate for these size posters, however, you may change as needed to fit your poster design. Have your Faculty Mentor work with you and approve your poster before you submit. Posters that do not have Faculty Mentor approval will not be allowed to present. Submit your final poster to [email protected] by April 6, 2018 for printing. We will be unable to assist with the printing of posters submitted after April 6, 2018. PRESENTATION TIPS If you already have a poster for your work, you are encouraged to use it for this event! Just inform us of the dimensions of your poster so that you are assigned to a presentation stand that will accommodate your poster size.

Show the audience what you did, why you Add visuals such as flowcharts, timelines, graphs, charts, pictures, etc. to help the audience visualize what you have done! Consider including an abbreviated References Cited section with select works listed. did it, what scholarly outcome (findings, creation, work of art, etc.) resulted, and Consider using the O.U.R. poster discuss the outcome within the scope of templates as a guide! your field of study and beyond, if applicable. Remember: You are the best judge as to what abstract/summary

elements are needed to explain your work to a diverse crosssection of UTSA audience members. Please feel free to add or remove elements as needed. RESOURCES Students are encouraged to use the O.U.R. poster templates. The template has suggested sections but you can change any of these you want to best present your work. General Research Poster Template Community/Service Learning Poster Template Visual Arts Poster Template Resources to help translate your work into poster format: Your Faculty Mentor/Advisor UTSA Library (210) 458-4573 UTSA Writing Center (210) 458-6086 If you have questions, please contact: [email protected]

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