These will highlight research findings in 8-10 minute talks. These presentations will need to be recorded and submitted as a video file.
A summary of findings that a viewer can read and understand in just a few minutes. There are a variety ways to virtually display content.
These on-the-ground 8-10 minute field finding videos will feature projects being conducted out on the range.
The 2021 SRM Annual Meeting is now accepting abstracts for oral presentations, poster presentations, and field findings for our virtual meeting. In this virtual meeting we will highlight many new ideas and endeavors occurring on rangelands across the globe. We invite you to submit a 300-word abstract by November 8, 2020 to present findings and foster discussion by these approaches.
Presentations will be assigned to a specific session on one day during the meeting. During that time period, authors will be expected to be virtually present to answer questions. Presentations may be streamed sequentially, or they may be accessed by a click on a list of presentations in a session. The virtual meeting platform is being designed to easily foster interaction and discussion among presenters and viewers.
Pre-recorded videos highlighting research findings in 8-10 minute talks. These presentations need to be submitted as a video file (.wav, .mov, or .mp4). We will provide information and assistance on how to record presentations, all you need is a computer with a microphone.
A summary of findings that a viewer can read and understand in a few short minutes. In this virtual environment, there are many ways to present projects in a virtually appealing way. A traditional scientific poster could be saved as a .pdf or image file allowing online viewers to zoom in and read information like this. or, consider a storymap like this, or maybe an online prezi presentation like this, or a simple web page.
Focused on projects being conducted out on the range. We invite 8-10-minute videos of on-the-ground projects including habitat enhancements, range improvements, restoration activities, or grazing innovations. Share successes, challenges, and lessons learned. With a cell phone or video camera and a little editing, projects can really come to life. We will provide information and tips to smooth the path.