Video abstracts are a great way to increase your research impact. A video abstract allows you to explain research in your own words, encourage people to engage in your research, and increase your research visibility. Finally, video abstracts allow you to reach a wider demographic – allowing you to reach your community in a wider scale.
Tips for creating a video abstract:
- Keep it short, ideally 2-3 minutes.
- Clearly define the problem, your research, and the broader impact.
- Be accessible – use clear language and be succinct. Video abstracts are a great way to engage a larger audience.
- Include images – pictures, graphs, charts or tables.
- End with a call to action – encourage people to read your article!
Below are a few examples of video abstracts that successfully tell a story.
Dangling-bond charge qubit on a silicon surface
- Public Health & the Pandemic of Violence Against Women
You can checkout video, audio and computer equipment from the libraries. Post your video on YouTube or Vimeo and share it on MOspace.