- Event Title
- The title should be formatted as follows: Professor’s Name (with appropriate title), University
- Example: “John Doe, PhD, Drexel University” or “Associate Professor Jane Doe, PhD, Drexel University”
- Short Description
- Please create a short description under 160 characters (character count shown in the upper right corner of the field).
- The short description should provide a brief overview of the topic to be presented, or if presentation information is not known, then provide a brief overview of speaker’s background.
- Event Description
- Provide a brief biography of the professor and/or seminar topic.
- Include information regarding an abstract, if available.
- Provide a link to the speaker’s online biography in the following format: Read more about [Professor’s Name](link to professor).
- LocationDue to COVID-19 and University policy for online events, event locations can be left blank
- Please be sure to include the location and room number for the event.
- Audience - Faculty & PhD Students
- Discipline - area of expertise/discussion
- Location - location of event
Please note, the short description should not be a duplicate of the event description.
My Seminar is Online, What Now?
Research seminars can be presented online. In order to effectively communicate your sessions to numerous populations, we recommend one of the following:
- Utilizing Zoom Registration and placing the Zoom registration link in the ‘External Registration’ field of your LeBow event.
- Utilizing the registration system and including the Zoom session in the registration confirmation email. (Not sure how to do that? Learn how to update your registration confirmation email.). You can also communicate to populations outside of the Drexel community by sending them the event and including a direct link to the Zoom session with its passcode.
For more information on Zoom and its capabilities, refer to LeBow Tech’s comprehensive Zoom knowledge base.