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  • Can present posters at SAAS – Ag Comm, SAAS – Ag Ed, ALE, ACE, AIAEE Will have to do one for AEE 6767
  • Read the “Call for Posters” carefully Don’t have to use every heading, but should have something from each bullet point
  • Don’t wait until the last minute – problems may happen with the printer (I tried 4 times to print the poster for ACE this summer). Make it easy to read – no distracting backgrounds. Clean fonts, nothing too fancy.
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    • 1. Poster Design 101 AECGSA October 3, 2007
    • 2. Getting Started
      • Research Poster:
      • Introduction/need for research
      • Conceptual or Theoretical Framework (Literature Review)
      • Methodology
      • Results/findings
      • Conclusion
      • Implications/ recommendations/impact on profession
      • References
      • Innovative Idea Poster:
      • Introduction/need for innovation or idea
      • How it works/ methodology/program phases/steps
      • Results to date/implications
      • Future plans/Advice to others
      • Costs/resources needed
      • References
    • 3. Guidelines
      • 36” tall x 48” long
      • Use PowerPoint or InDesign
      • Make the title the largest font on the poster
      • Include your name(s) and affiliation(s) in next largest font
      • Start top left
      • Keep words to a minimum
      • Include photographs or tables
      • Keep background design simple
        • dark text on light background
    • 4. AEE 6767 Poster Winner, Fall 2005 designed in PowerPoint
    • 5. Winner - 2006 SAERC Outstanding Innovative Poster designed in Photoshop
    • 6. 2006 Association of Leadership Educators designed in InDesign
    • 7. 2006 Association of Leadership Educators designed in InDesign
    • 8. 2007 Association for Communication Excellence designed in InDesign
    • 9. Printing options
      • CIRCA lab $3 no lamination
      • ICS printing ~$50 with lamination
        • preferred for conferences, but not required
    • 10. Advice
      • Do an excellent job on the poster narrative.
      • Pick out the most important bullet points.
      • Don’t wait until the last minute to get started.
      • Have several people look at the design.
      • Make it easy to read.