Student Voice Conference: Student Agency and Wellness in the remote environment Submissions

This form aims to invite students to submit photos, videos, E-posters or Oral posters for the 1st International Student Voice Conference: Student Agency and Wellness in the remote environment which will be held on 8 April 2021. Please complete the form with your contact information and choose which group(s) you are submitting for and for which theme. Please be advised that the conference will be virtual, which means that all the conference activities will be held online.
Thank you for your interest.


Below is a list of types of submissions and guidelines students can use to submit there submission.
Please read through the information very clearly to understand each type of submission and choose a submission format that will best suit your creativity.
All submissions should be made on the google form via the link below. Submissions close 1 March 2021


The video submission is an interpretation of the participants’ understanding of the theme of the conference. The video should be 2 to 3 minutes in length and the resolution must be at least 1080 pixels. The video must be submitted in one of the following formats: MP4, MOV, AVI together with a 100 word description explaining the video in Word and PDF format. The video must be in or have subtitles in English. QR code can be submitted as well. Participants’ are required to upload their video link or QR code on the Google Form.


The photo/infographic submission is an interpreted photo of the conference theme. The image should depict one of the themes that are being discussed in the conference. The photo/infographic should be 1 page and should be submitted in one of the following formats: JPEG or PNG. A 100 word description should be submitted with the photo in word and PDF format.


The virtual/e-poster is a one page poster compiled with information related to the theme of the conference. The poster should be 1 page/slide. A 2 minute video/voice over should be submitted with the poster to explain the information on the poster. The poster should be submitted in a PDF or PowerPoint format.

Oral Presentations

The oral presentations will be 10 minutes each. The presenters should not write out their presentations on slides. Presentations should be simple and clear. Use the 1-6-6 rule: have only one idea per slide, 6 words per bullet, maximum 6 bullets per slide and 1 minute per slide. Oral Presentations should be in a PowerPoint and PDF format. Your PowerPoint should be between 10 to 12 slides.