I am reaching out to ask that you volunteer to judge student presentations during the AGU Tectonophysics session - Intracontinental Deformation: From the Surface to the Upper Mantle (T33, T34, T37 & T38). The success of the Outstanding Student Presentation Awards relies on the quality of the volunteers. It would be great if you could judge one or more presentations.
The sign-up to judge is below, and the judging can be done on your mobile device during the meeting or online at a later time.
How to sign up for presentations
Visit the OSPA website and click on “VOLUNTEER” to register
Use the email address and password associated with your AGU membership to log in.
Read through the Rules of Contest and click “Agree.” Click “Next” and repeat with the Conflict of Interest and Agreement to Participate pages to enter the Judge Showcase.
Inside the Showcase, view all available presentations or filter by Section, Session Title, and Abstract Keyword to search for specific presentations.
Add presentations to your list by selecting “Read More” under the presentation. Once the entire abstract loads, click “Add to my List.”
To view your selected presentations, or to evaluate them, click on the Judge Portal link in the upper right of the Showcase. Note: Evaluation forms will not appear until 1 December. Evaluation forms must be submitted by 30 December for all assigned presentations.
Responsibilities as an OSPA Judge
- Evaluate all presentations you volunteered to judge during Fall Meeting. Evaluating a presentation requires about 15-20 minutes, including submitting scores. For only an hour of time at Fall Meeting, volunteer judges can provide feedback to 3 student presenters.
- Submit scores, either in real time on a tablet or mobile device, or take notes while you evaluate students and enter the scores online no later than Wednesday, 30 December 2020.