Video abstracts must contain the
a.the name of
b.the title of
the proposed presentation,
of the presentation lasting no more than 3 minutes
of the proposal for the program book lasting no more than 1 minute (which will
be translated into written English by the program committee)
sketch of the speaker lasting no more than 2 minutes [Address
your education/degree, teaching experience, research background, and
presentations you have made in the past 5 years.]
addition to these videotaped pieces, the following written information should
§Proposal Cover Sheet
§150 written speaker bio for inclusion in the program book
We ask folks
to use YouTube to host your ASL Abstract Submission. If you’ve never
uploaded a video to YouTube basic instructions are below:
finalize your video, making sure you do not use copyrighted material or
material used without permission of the owner. The following formats are
accepted: most digital camera formats and camcorders and cell phones in
.AVI, .MOV and .MPG file formats. Once you’ve finished editing your
video, made sure it’s no more than 3 minutes in length, smaller than 75MB,
and in an acceptable format, you’re ready to upload it.
account with YouTube with a confirmed email address.
“Upload” button in the upper-right-hand corner of any YouTube page.
Click the large red icon, or the button to Select files from your computer. This will open a menu where you can choose which file you want to upload. Once you have located the file, select Open to begin the upload. Alternatively, you can simply drag files from your computer and drop them on the page to begin an upload.
much information about your video as possible, including Title,
Description, Tags, and Category. The more information you include, the
easier it is for raters to find your video.
Set your video to "Unlisted"which allows you to share the link with the CIT conference committee, but not have it be available to the public.
paste the YouTube link for your video and send it with your submission to
the firstname.lastname@example.org< by Friday,
March 2nd, 2012.