Listing Conference Presentations
Students working with coloniaLab often present on their work at academic conferences. If you participate in such activities, you can include them on your resume/CV. How you do so may depend on the type of document you're preparing (resume or CV) and the reason you are doing so, but in general, the MLA format for listing conference presentations (or an adaptation of it) should work.
Here are some examples:
Gordon, Nathan, Clayton McCarl, Melinda Peacock and Paulino Estévez-Ancira. "Digital Editing as a Space for Shared Pedagogy in Colonial Latin American Studies."XXXX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (virtual), May 5-8, 2022.
Gordon, Nathan, Clayton McCarl, Melinda Peacock and Paulino Estévez-Ancira. "Building a Prototype Edition of Ophir de España by Fernando de Montesinos."Sixth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 15-19, 2021. Poster.
Wilson, Georgina. “Editing a Map and Two Letters Related to Fort St. Nicholas.” Fifth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 13, 2020.
Sánchez, Amarilys, and Emilia Thom. “Reflections on a Digital-Humanities-On-Site Experience in Colombia.” Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship (SOARS) Virtual Conference, Office of Undergraduate Research, University of North Florida, April 8, 2020.
You'll find more examples on our Presentations page.