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  1. Today • Quiz will be Thursday (quiz dates noted on Class Schedule page). Only 2 people said no more quizzes. Questions will be as straightforward as possible, though not necessarily copied from online examples. We will go over briefly as a class (14 people asked for this). • Prospectus general comments on the board. I encourage you read my Catalyst comments, revise, and talk with group members about introduction and argument revisions and what to include in background. Papers due 2/21! Bring notes to class Thurs in case time to work on it. • Posters. Today intro and critique in the hallways. Thursday make your own posters in class with Brittany.

  2. Posters (handout) • Title should quickly orient the audience. • Poster should quickly orient the audience to the subject and purpose. • Specific sections such as the results should be easy to locate on the poster. • Individual sections should be easy to read quickly.

  3. For posters that present one main result, a good design is to cast the title as a sentence that states the result Phrase Headline That Is Set in Initial Capital Letters For posters that present one main result, a good design is to cast the title as a sentence that states the result Phrase Headline That Is Set in Initial Capital Letters For posters that present one main result, a good design is to cast the title as a sentence that states the result Phrase Headline That Is Set in Initial Capital Letters i i i Poster with Horizontal Layout: Title of Poster in Arial, Bold, 60-80 Points Names of Authors in Arial, 44 Points, Bold Department in 40 points bold Institution in 40 points bold Sponsor Logo Institution Logo Heading (Arial: 44 Points, Bold) The first section of the poster should define the topic and show its importance. A good test is whether the poster can orient the audience to these two aspects in 20 seconds. Shown in Figure 1 are two possible layouts for a poster. This section was set in Arial, boldface, 36 points. Heading (Arial: 44 Points, Bold) One section of a poster should present the results. Often the results can be depicted with graphs, such as for an experiment, or with drawings such as with a design. Shown in Figure 3 are two more possible layouts for a poster. This section was set in Arial, boldface, 36 points. Note that the amount of type in the sections affects the choice, size, and boldfacing of the typeface. No matter the type that you select for the sections, you should still use a bold sans serif for the headings. Figure 1. Two possible layouts for poster (caption: 32 points, bold). Heading (Arial: 44 Points, Bold) The second section of the poster might serve a number of purposes: background information, methods, or system design. An important point with posters is to rely on visuals rather than longs blocks of text to communicate. Figure 2 shows two more possible layouts for posters. This section was set in Arial, boldface, 36 points. Figure 3. Two more possible layouts for poster (caption: 32 points, bold). Heading (Arial 44 Points) The final section of the poster generally provides conclusions and recommendations. This section was set in Arial, boldface, 36 points. As with the first section, this section is read by most passers-by. Acknowledgments (Arial, 36 points, bold) In this template, acknowledgments are set in Arial, 32 points. Try to keep the acknowledgments to one or two lines. References (Arial, 36 points, bold) First reference in Arial, 32 points, with reverse indent: alphabetical or numerical order. Second reference in Arial, 32 points, with reverse indent: alphabetical or numerical order. Figure 2. Two other possible layouts for poster (caption: 32 points, bold).

  4. Title of Poster in Arial, Bold, 80-96 Points: Size Dependent on Length Names of Authors in Arial, 60 Points, Bold Lab Logo Institution Logo Heading 1, Arial, 54 points, bold Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Key Image 3 Heading 4, Arial, 54 points, bold Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Key Image 1 Key Image 5 Figure 3. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Heading 3, Arial, 54 points, bold Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Figure 1. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Figure 5. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Heading 2, Arial, 54 points, bold Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Heading 5, Arial, 54 points, bold Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold.Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Key Image 4 Key Image 2 Acknowledgments (Arial, 40 points, bold) Acknowledgments in Arial, 32 points, bold--try to keep to one or two lines, References (Arial, 40 points, bold) First reference in Arial, 32 points, bold, with a reverse indent: alphabetical or numerical order. Second reference in Arial, 32 points, bold, with a reverse indent: alphabetical or numerical order. Figure 2. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Figure 4. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold.

  5. TITLE 88 pt XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Authors 60 ptCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC Department 40 pt Optional image LOGO MATERIALS AND METHODS RESULTS BACKGROUND/INTRO 48 pt • BbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb. • CcccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccCcccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc. • Ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd. Text 28-32 pt We hope you find this template useful! This one is set up to yield a 48x36” (4x3’) horizontal poster. We’ve put in the headings we usually see in these posters, you can copy and paste and change to your hearts content! We’ve left our text in red so you’ll know what text you have brought in, and be sure to get rid of anything we put in. We suggest you use black text against a light background so that it is easy to read. Background color can be changed in format-background-drop down color menu. Color in text boxes or title boxes can be changed by clicking on the box and clicking on Format-text box-fill color. Text color can be changed by Format-font-color. You can also create various fill patterns in backgrounds or text boxes. The boxes around the text will automatically fit the text you type, and if you click on the text, you can use the little handles that appear to stretch or squeeze the text boxes to whatever size you want. You can simply delete the lines by going to format-colors and lines and selecting no line. The dotted lines through the center of the piece will not print, they are for alignment. You can move them around by clicking and holding them, and a little box will tell you where they are on the page. Use them to get your pictures or text boxes aligned together. How to bring things in from Excel and Word Excel- select the chart, hit edit-copy, and then edit-paste into PowerPoint. The chart can then be stretched to fit as required. If you need to edit parts of the chart, it can be ungrouped. Watch out for scientific symbols used in imported charts, which PowerPoint will not recognize as a used font and may print improperly if we don’t have the font installed on our system. Word- select the text to be brought into PowerPoint, hit edit-copy, then edit-paste the text into a new or existing text block. This text is editable. You can change the size, color, etc. in format-text. We suggest you not put shadows on smaller text. Scans You need images to be 72 to 100 dpi in their final size, or use a rule of thumb of 2 to 4 megabytes of uncompressed .tif file per square foot of image. For instance, a 3x5 photo that will be 6x10 in size on the final poster should be scanned at 200 dpi. Preview: To see your in poster in actual size, go to view-zoom-100%. This is a good way to be sure your pictures are going to look OK. This template is a suggestion in terms of the number of pictures and their positions. 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  6. INTRODUCTION CONCLUSION SPECIFIC AIM REFERENCES METHODS RESULTS DISCUSSION This Poster is 36 x 56 (3 x 5). See the poster printing document to change the size.John B. Doe, M.D.1, Julie M. Partner, M.S.2, Jane P. Sample, M.D., Ph.D.1,2, Paul F. Comrade, M.D.1Departments of Surgery1 and Biochemistry2University of Louisville School of Medicine Printing Instuctions: This template is set for a 36in by 56in poster. 3ft is the maximum height if your poster is to be laminated (recommended for posters which will travel or be presented more than once). The poster may be wider if necessary. Posters on glossy paper that will not be laminated may be up to 44 inches high. After completing this poster, it can be sent electronically to Stephan Alfred in Design & Printing Services, Dental School basement room 52 or e-mailed to: sealfr01@gwise.louisville.edu for printing. Please call 852-7492 for any additional instructions. Move these text boxes and titles to fit the needs of your data. Insert your text here. Remember, you can change your font size to fit your data. In general, the larger your font, the easier it is for others to read. Arial 32 is a nice size for viewing your work from a distance. For special characters, please use the menu to “Insert”“Symbol”, then scroll down to select the character you need, without changing the font. Use separate boxes for blocks of text and figures. Move these text boxes and titles to fit the needs of your data. Insert your text here. Remember, you can change your font size to fit your data. In general, the larger your font, the easier it is for others to read. Arial 32 is a nice size for viewing your work from a distance. For special characters, please use the menu to “Insert”“Symbol”, then scroll down to select the character you need, without changing the font. Use separate boxes for blocks of text and figures. text Text with figures Printing Instuctions: This template is set for a 36in by 56in poster. 3ft is the maximum height if your poster is to be laminated (recommended for posters which will travel or be presented more than once). The poster may be wider if necessary. Posters on glossy paper that will not be laminated may be up to 44 inches high. After completing this poster, it can be sent electronically to Stephan Alfred in Design & Printing Services, Dental School basement room 52 or e-mailed to: sealfr01@gwise.louisville.edu for printing. Please call 852-7492 for any additional instructions. Figure 1 Figure 2 Move these text boxes and titles to fit the needs of your data. Insert your text here. Remember, you can change your font size to fit your data. In general, the larger your font, the easier it is for others to read. Arial 32 is a nice size for viewing your work from a distance. For special characters, please use the menu to “Insert”“Symbol”, then scroll down to select the character you need, without changing the font. Use separate boxes for blocks of text and figures. Move these text boxes and titles to fit the needs of your data. Insert your text here. Remember, you can change your font size to fit your data. In general, the larger your font, the easier it is for others to read. Arial 32 is a nice size for viewing your work from a distance. For special characters, please use the menu to “Insert”“Symbol”, then scroll down to select the character you need, without changing the font. Use separate boxes for blocks of text and figures.

  7. Critique of posters in the hall • Title quickly orients reader • Location and typeset • Easily understandable • Communicates context • Communicates main message and result • Specific sections are easy to locate • Easy to read from beginning to end • Easy to find individual sections like intro, methods, results • Quickly orients audience to subject & purpose • 20 seconds • Images • Type large enough • Contrast colors • Individual sections can be read quickly • No large blocks of text • Sentences are short • Images (photos, drawings, graphs) anchor the sections

  8. Critique of posters in the hall • 1st poster critique • Get in group of 3 students (not people in your paper group) • Find a poster in Johnson hall to critique. Read poster and fill out rubric individually. Compare notes with group. Reach consensus and fill out poster critique #1 (one per group). • 2nd poster critique • Find a second poster in Johnson hall to critique with your same group of 3 students. • Read poster and fill out rubric individually. Compare notes with group. Reach consensus and fill out poster critique #2 (one per group). • Turn in critique #1 and critique #2 • Turn in individual rubrics and group critiques by end of class to instructor or TA, or put under Kate’s office door JHN 353 by 5 pm.