Mantor Library looks forward to hosting this year’s online Michael D. Wilson Symposium in our open access digital repository, Scholar Works. Because your submissions will become part of the library’s permanent digital collections, we put together some resources to help you organize your very best scholarly and creative works to share with the UMF Community and the world!

Ready to submit your work? Create an account in Scholar Works and click the link for Submit Event on this page: Scholar Works Symposium Submissions

Resources for creating your video or audio submission:

Recording Video with Kaltura Capture (for a laptop/desktop) (PDF)
Recording Video with KMS Go (for a mobile device) (PDF)
Recording Audio-Only with Kaltura (external link)
Editing captions in Kaltura (external link)
Editing captions in Kaltura (external video)

Sarah Otley at Mantor Library can help students with caption-related questions. Email Sarah for Kaltura caption help.

Resources via USM Library:

Poster Creation and Design (PDF Steps)
Poster Creation and Design (YouTube How-to Video)
How to Give a Video Presentation (PDF Steps)
How to Give a Video Presentation (YouTube How-to Video)

Many thanks to Sarah Lucchesi at USM Libraries for granting us permission to share her resources, and for the inspiration to create this resource page.

Important deadlines:
  • February 28, 2021: Abstracts and submission format due. Students and faculty/staff will need to submit abstracts and choose their submission format by the end of the day on February 28. Abstract submission form
  • March 28, 2021: Final project submissions will be due by the end of the day on March 28. Create an account in Scholar Works and click the link for Submit Event on this page: Scholar Works Symposium Submissions
  • April 21, 2021: Symposium day submissions will go live in UMF’s Scholar Works website, with live Zoom chat discussions, and exciting events planned for the afternoon.