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Visualise Your Thesis Competition

Create a 60-second ePoster to explain your research 
for a broad audience

Visualise Your Thesis is an exciting competition introduced by The University of Melbourne that challenges graduate researchers to present their research in a 60 second, eye-catching digital display. Using a pre-supplied template, research postgraduate students are tasked with developing a striking looped presentation to encapsulate their research projects in short, engaging, digital narratives. 

“In this climate of knowledge exchange and community engagement, communicating to an audience outside the Academy is becoming increasingly important for research professionals.” 
(The University of Melbourne)

Competition submissions are judged on their visual impact, and how well the content presents the research to a non-specialist audience. The digital format allows for different levels of creativity, multi-media, interactivity and interpretation and is suitable for all disciplines.

The HKU Visualise Your Thesis Competition was launched as a pilot by the Knowledge Exchange Office (KEO) in mid-2018, with support from Graduate School and the Technology-Enriched Learning Initiative (TELI). It will be officially launched in 2019, and registration will open in April 2019. Details will be announced in due course.

A briefing cum training session will be held to facilitate students’ preparation for the Competition:

Date of Session: December 7, 2018
Time: 2 – 4pm
Venue: CPD 2.58
Speaker: Mr Simon Clews
Director, Melbourne Engagement Lab, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne
Click here for details and to register.

► RESULTS & GALLERY 2018  

► ELIGIBILITY  

► PRIZES  

► KEY DATES  

► RULES  

► JUDGING CRITERIA  

► TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS  

► SUBMISSION CHECKLIST  

For enquiries, please contact KEO (tel: 3917 0465; email: keoffice@hku.hk).

VISUALISE YOUR THESIS 2018 SHOWCASE HOSTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

PAST WINNING ENTRIES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

COMPETITION TERMS

 
 
 
The material presented on this site is provided for the express purpose of the 2018 Visualise Your Thesis competition conducted by The University of Hong Kong. All copyright in text, data, images, audio, video and other such material on the site is protected by copyright held by The University of Melbourne and is made available for use by The University of Hong Kong and competition entrants. In using the Visualise Your Thesis competition materials you agree that you must not reproduce, distribute, modify, transmit, reuse or adapt the material contained in this site without the prior written permission of The University of Melbourne.

Acknowledgement
The training support provided by Technology-Enriched Learning Initiative (TELI) is deeply appreciated.