How do I upload an SRS project?
Upload your project(s) at https://www.globe.gov/do-globe/research-resources/student-research-reports. Don't forget to tag them with the 'U.S. Student Research Symposia (SRS)' tag! The website asks for a poster and a report- if your students only have a poster, just upload your poster twice!
If students appear in photos on their poster, they will need to upload a Media Release. Signature can be made on the computer by annotating the PDF or using Paint.
How can my students participate in Peer Review?
Peer review is an important part of the research process! If your students have internet access, they can easily submit peer review comments through the GLOBE website using the resources below:
- How To Be an Effective Peer Reviewer presentation video (see presentation slides here)
- Step-by-step Video How-to Guide for leaving comments on the GLOBE website.
- GLOBE Program Tips for Providing Student Feedback (PDF)
Will you be recognizing students who upload their research to the GLOBE website?
Yes! The U.S. GLOBE Office will email the teacher with certificates of participation for each student. If you have any difficulty getting them to the student, we will print them off and mail them directly to their home address. Please reach out and let us know where to send them.
What if we miss the deadline? Or I/We just.. can't.
If students submit a project with the SRS tag over the next several months, we will have at least 3 STEM professionals comment on their work. Just let us know it is there and we will make it happen. If this year will not work for you and your students... don't worry! We will see you all next spring and welcome you warmly.
For more questions about the next in-person SRS, submitting projects online, and sharing work with a STEM professional, see our SRS COVID19 FAQ.