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Academic Posters

A poster is supposed to be an introduction to your research and ideas.  A sample, if you will.  Posters are meant to be read quickly, attendees don't stand there and read a long poster.

Putting your paper on a board is not a poster.

Posters and papers have different requirements.  There is some overlap, but there are stark differences.

 

How to have a great poster session: for the research expo and beyond

With this guide, you will learn how to make a visually appealing poster that people will be interested in reading.

You'll see that this guide is broken into 3 sections:

  • Don't scare them off: the basics of designing an approachable poster
  • Catch their interest: creating a visually appealing poster.
  • Keep their attention: explaining your concepts and research in ways they understand.

Each section will have videos as well as the main points discussed in those videos in adjacent text boxes. 

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