Creating Poster Presentations

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Creating Poster Presentations

  1. CREATING EFFECTIVE POSTER PRESENTATIONS A crash course in planning, design, development, and presentation Heather Moorefield-Lang
  2. The three-legged stool of presentations.
  3. 1. Message. The three-legged stool of presentations.
  4. 1. Message. 2. Visuals. The three-legged stool of presentations.
  5. 1. Message. 2. Visuals. 3. Delivery. The three-legged stool of presentations.
  6. What does effective visual communication look like?
  7. You, age 5.
  8. 1. Know your message.WHAT’S YOUR MESSAGE? 1. Know your story.
  9. 2. Know your audience.
  10. 3. Go analog.
  11. 1.Title 2. Author Name/Affiliation 3.Intro or Abstract ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ 4. Objectives/Goals/Major Problems ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ 5. Methods __________________ __________________ __________________ __________ 6. Results/Findings ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ 7. Conclusions ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ 8. References ____________________ ____________________ 9.
  12. Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” -Albert Einstein “
  13. Horizontal Symmetry Horizontal + Vertical Symmetry Diagonal Symmetry Asymmetry
  14. Text size Matters.(….font and alignment, too.)
  15. Don’t use these colors together. Don’t use these colors together. Don’t use these colors together. Don’t use these colors together. Color matters.
  16. Examples
  17. Speaking to your Audience
  18. Two Different Types • Up Close and Personal • Large Crowd
  19. Eye Contact
  20. Enunciation
  21. Take Your Time
  22. Stand your Ground
  23. Projection
  24. Technology
  25. Activity • Choose a partner • Put together a 60 second “elevator speech” • This speech highlights the points of your poster • Practice it out loud • Present it to partner • If there is time will look for a few brave souls to present to class.
  26. What I am Looking For • Eye Contact • Taking your Time • Enunciation • Clear presentation of ideas • Don’t forget to introduce yourself and your poster title or idea (Feel free to stand if it makes you feel better)

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