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  1. Title of your Poster Presentation Student Presenter’s Name(s), Major(s) or Course Name · Mentor’s Name and Title, Department Findings To Date/Results Interpretation of Findings Abstract (replace this text with your own) In this section consider using graphs, histograms, and other visuals to display your data or stages in the development of artwork, etc. (replace this text with your own) This section and the section below provide an overview of your project so that the people reading your poster know what you did, your central ‘research/scholarly’ question, relevant background to your study, and the significance of your project to advancing understanding. (replace this text with your own) Be brief and include only the most important findings from your study and your interpretation of your data. RECOMMENDATION: Use graphics, pictures, and other graphics to illustrate your findings. For works of art, include high resolution images. ALL graphics and images should include a caption that provides a clear, concise explanation. Relate figures/graphics/artwork to your text. RECOMMENDATION 2: Use a combination of text and graphics. Background/Introduction Insert Text Here… Conclusions/Recommendations (replace this text with your own) Briefly identify significant findings. For projects that are ongoing, include any early (preliminary) findings or any promising aspects of your work. For completed projects, consider identifying ‘next’ steps or future directions that the research/scholarly/creative work might take. Insert Tables or Images of artwork, etc. GRAPHICS: Clearly label graph axes, be simple, and use colors that are easy to see against the background. Photos are a good way to draw attention to your poster. Be sure each photo has a caption that explains what the photo is showing and only use photos that illustrate your text. Photos should be high resolution (about 1200 x 1800 pixels or larger). Avoid web images unless they are of high resolution and okay for educational purposes. Images obtained from the web should include the source (credit). Avoid use of clip art unless there is no other image available. TIP: Putting Boxes around your text sections Add space between the edge of your box and the text inside. Right click or Ctrl – click on text box, go to ‘Format Shape’, then select ‘Text Box’ and make sure your ‘Internal Margins’ are between .2” and .4” for all sides. Insert graphic and captions. Include source of graphics used from the web. Methods or Approach (replace this text with your own) This section provides a brief explanation of the methodology used in your study. Do not give too many details, but enough so that the people reading your poster understand the techniques you used to collect and analyze data, gather information, or create a work of art. References Acknowledgements (replace this text with your own) If your project was funded (all or part) from grants and/or awards, identify the source(s) of support. You also can acknowledge individuals that provided data and/or feedback to you. (replace this text with your own) This section can be smaller than 24 point. Use this section for listing sources /references. The text box is separated into two columns to make more room for your references and it already set up with hanging indents (all lines after the first in each reference are indented.)