Guidelines for Final Presentations

Presentations should be no more than 15 minutes long. This is the general outline you should follow and information you should include. This is not a technical demonstration, nor a detailed session on your research interests. The main focus is to reflect on your experience in the program.

  • Introduction
    • Name
    • Class year
    • Course of study/major(s)
  • Why did you apply for the Digital Scholarship Summer Fellowship?
  • What is your project?
    • What is your research question/thesis/central topic?
    • Why is this of interest to you?
    • How does it benefit from being presented in a digital format?
  • How did you create it?
    • Name and briefly describe digital tools incorporated (do not go into too much technical detail)
    • Briefly explain your rationale for why those tools were used
  • Brief tour of the project
    • Home page
    • Show a few key features, interesting pages, etc.
  • What’s next for the project?
  • Key takeaway from the Digital Scholarship Summer Fellowship
    • What was the most important thing you learned? And/or, how will you apply this to the rest of your time at Gettysburg College?
  • Link to project/contact information