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Poster sessions. Instead of an oral presentation, you may
be asked to do a poster presentation. Poster sessions are common
at academic conferences because many posters can be
presented simultaneously. A wide variety of topics is
displayed at the same time and presenters can interact personally
with interested viewers. In this lesson you, will learn some tips for creating your own
masterpiece and interacting with viewers. There are two main techniques for
creating a poster. Manually created by cutting and
pasting items on the poster board or digitally generated using software
like PowerPoint or Photoshop. If you create a poster by hand, most of
the text still needs to be type written. Handwritten text looks unprofessional. Layer text and
images over colored paper to give important ideas a refreshing
three dimensional effect. If you create the entire poster
using a program like PowerPoint, remember that it should be one slide only. Don't add any images or
text in the margins, because printers cannot print
all the way to the edge. Whichever technique you choose,
you must follow all of the criteria, the guidelines that happens set for
the event. For instance, are there size restrictions? What's the maximum width,
the maximum height? Are there any required sections? For a research paper, you might be
expected to have these sections, introduction, research question,
procedure, results, implications. A poster must be visually appealing. It should not be pages of a research
paper pinned onto a poster. The design needs to be
an attractive balance of text, images, colors, white space. About 60% should be text. The title has the largest print, about three fingers thick. Section headers are about
two fingers thick. Explanations, captions, examples, the main
content should be one finger thick. This insures that viewers will be able to
read the information from five feet away. About 20% should be images. Choose images carefully. They need to be purposeful, to help illustrate your text or to highlight an important point,
not just to fill up poster space. Avoid blurry images, which will do
a poor job of illustrating your points. There should be about
20% white space between your sections to make
the other items standout. There should be clean lines and
even margins between items. Cluttered posters look overwhelming and
disorganized. Along with the design, the title
is the biggest attention grabber. The title should be informative, yet catchy, summarizing the theme of
your poster in an interesting way. Shorter is catchier, so aim for
a maximum of eight words. It should be a phrase,
not a full sentence. For example, turn What are the
Consequences of Consuming Too Much Sugar?, into The Not-So-Sweet Truth about Sugar. Be sure to capitalize properly the first
word and the last word of the title. In the middle, only capitalize content
words, nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs. Notice that function words in the middle,
like prepositions and articles a, and, and the,
are not capitalized. The main content consists of your
explanations, details, examples, diagrams. The content need to match the audience's
knowledge base and and interest. Viewers should be able to
understand most of your ideas just by reading your poster
without any help from you. Proofread all the text for
careless spelling, grammar and punctuation mistakes. Flow indicators between
sections are crucial. We read from top to bottom, left to right, if your sections are not clearly
laid out in columns, arrows and numbers will show your viewers
where their eyes should go next. Cite the sources of your information. This includes you and your team members' full names,
you can write presented by so and so. Add the name of the organization
that you're affiliated with, such as the University
of California at Irvine. Somewhere at the bottom of your poster,
give credit to the literature that you referred to in your poster or
suggestions for additional reading. The titles of the publications, the
authors' names, the year of publication. You can call this section references,
works cited, bibliography, or for further information. During the poster session, be ready to
greet viewers with a welcoming smile. Give them a chance to read your poster. You can say, hi, would you like
a minute to look at the poster or would you like for
me to explain it to you? If they are interested
in chatting with you, don't start giving a ten minute
lecture about your poster. Talk with them not at them. Ask them what they think about your ideas. If you need to step away for any reason, such as to use the restroom,
don't abandon your poster without a word, ask a neighboring presenter to inform
passersby when you will return. If someone has questions about my poster, would you mind telling them that
I'll be back in ten minutes? A final piece of advice,
wear comfortable dress shoes. You'll be standing for a long time. In this lesson, you learned some tips for
creating your own masterpiece and interacting with viewers
during poster sessions.

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