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  1. Poster Presentation

  2. Scientific Communication • Journal articles • Conferences • Talks (short and long) • Posters

  3. Context of Posters • Convey information • Concise • Presenter is available to answer questions

  4. Types of Posters • Experimental research • Information and review

  5. What is a Poster? • Text and figures • Roughly 1.5 x 1m • 56 x 34 inches • Legible from a distance • Two basic styles • Collection of individual sheets of paper • One large page

  6. Style 1 text text text text figure text text text text figure display board

  7. Style 2 text text figure text figure display board

  8. Issues to Consider • Legibility • Organization • Appropriate type and amount of detail

  9. Legibility • Font size • Readable from a distance • White space • Is the poster too cluttered?

  10. Organization • Sequential information • Top-to-bottom and left-to-right • Columns • Three or four • Text • Figures

  11. title text text text text title figure title text text text text text text figure text text text figure figure figure figure figure figure figure figure text figure text text text fig. figure figure figure Poster Layout & Organization

  12. The Use of Text • Size • Headers • Content • Font • Serif (Times) • Sans-serif (Helvitica)

  13. Detail • Be concise • Point form • Bullets • Relevant figures • Referencing and citation

  14. Construction and Design • Outline • “Pencil and paper” • Draft copy • Edit and proofread

  15. Referencing • Yes, you do need to reference sources • Can use embedded or endnotes • Can give full or abbreviated References • Smith, J. & Hanks, D. (2001). Buy that stuff! Journal of Buying, 6(3), 11-14. • Smith, J. & Hanks, D. (2001). J. Buy., 6, 11-14.

  16. Grading • Likert scale • Very poor, Poor, Good, Very good, Excellent • Legibility • Readibility, appropriate amount of material, visibility of images, etc. • Organization • Design, sequencing of material, logical flow, etc. • Content • Appropriate content, structure of argument, referencing, etc.

  17. Student Evaluation • Each of you will be given three posters you have to evaluate on the day you aren’t presenting • Same grading criteria as me • My evaluation = 75% of grade • Student evaluation = 25% of grade • 15% penalty to own poster for failing to complete required evaluations

  18. On-line Documentation • Helpdesk: Large Format Printing and Design • http://helpdesk.ualberta.ca/printing/ • Helpdesk Knowledbase • http://helpdesk.ualberta.ca/knowledgebase/support.html?main=9&sub=3 • Print driver • Using PowerPoint to make poster • Sending and printing • Troubleshooting

  19. PowerPoint • Fairly powerful graphic design platform • Set size in page setup • WISIWIG