To upload a poster, you will need to create an account and reply to a bounce-back email verification. Click “My account” above. Check your email (and spam folder). Your email is where your usage and readership reports will be sent. Your email address will not be published. If you deposited an Honors or a Masters thesis in the UNL Digital Commons, then you already have an account.
Upload your poster via the link in the Author Corner that says "Submit your paper or article." It might be a good idea to output your PowerPoint file to PDF; they are just handled more smoothly. However, .ppt and .xls files can be accepted as the main deposit. If you have additional files to attach (data, photos, etc.), there is a box to check for uploading additional files; this brings up an ensuing screen after you hit Submit. If you have video or media files, they are good here, too.
List all your co-authors, and even your advisor if you wish (he or she should come last). For more information on depositing, see https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/ir_information/80/
If all else fails, send me your file(s): firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Students’ Accuracy & Confidence in Detecting Errors in Biological Models Related to GPA, McKenna Elliott, Joseph Dauer, Carrie Clark, and Mei Grace Behrendt
The Effect of Store-to-store Energy Transfers On the Global Dynamics of Aircraft, Guilherme Mainieri Eymael and Keegan J. Moore
Understanding the Nonlinear Dynamics Governing Vertical-Lift Vehicles with Variable-Speed, Fixed Rotors, Stephanie Vavra, Micah Busboom, Aleea Stanford, and Keegan Moore
The Impact of Afghan Opium Cultivation on the U.S. Opioid Epidemic, Zachary Wahab Cheek