3 Annual Knowledge Exchange Day April 5 , 2013 Student Video ...


3 Annual Knowledge Exchange Day April 5 , 2013 Student Video ...

3 rd Annual Knowledge Exchange DayApril 5 th , 2013Student Video ContestAttention Students: It’s your chance to share your research or KTT work in avideo!

Students will be responsible for the production of their video, but will be given$100 upon the acceptance of a complete video on their invited topic to helpcompensate for production costs.The research or KTT method/tool described must be related to agriculture,food, rural affairs or the knowledge translation and transfer field in general.Students must acknowledge their research partners and industry collaboratorsin the opening and/or closing titles of the video.Be careful not to disclose any unprotected Intellectual Property associatedwith your research or KTT method/tool. If you are unsure if this applies to you,please contact your advisor and the Catalyst Centre at (519) 824-4120, Ext.58878 or catalystcentre@uoguelph.ca.The estimated 100 agri-food and KTT professionals in attendance will judge thevideos during Knowledge Exchange Day.Videos will be judged on clarity of messaging, creativity and impact of theresearch or KTT presented (who could use this research and why it isimportant), team/partner recognition, impact on Ontario described, videoquality, editing, sound and image.Contest finalists will be invited to attend the Knowledge Exchange Day on April5 th , 2013. Winners will be announced at the end of the day.Selected student videos will be played on electronic screens at the 3 rd AnnualKnowledge Exchange Day and will be posted online following the event.Tips for Developing Your VideoSee examples of research videos created for a different video contest withsimilar objectives to this contest at this link OCE's Discovery YouTube Channel.See other examples of research and KTT videos on Agri-Food and Rural Link’sYouTube Channel or website.

Videos are intended to promote research outcomes and effective methods ortools for doing KTT, not to report on experimental results. The followingquestions will help you decide what to present in the video:1. Is your research or KTT method/tool moving science or KTT forwardin an innovative and interesting way?2. What are the positive impacts of this work on KTT or agri-food?3. What is the level of involvement of the partners in this research orKTT? How committed are they and how can you highlight theirinvolvement?4. Are you able to convey your message clearly to a broad audience?5. Is it evident in your presentation who the contributors to this workare?6. Is the flow and organization of information clear?Questions?Contact Melissa MacKay or Bronwynne Wilton at kttadmin@uoguelph.ca.

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