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Russell Library: Spring 2016
Workshop:
Designing Effective
Poster Presentations
ALLPPT.com _ Free PowerPoint Templates, Di...
Poster Design
Why do we do poster sessions?
• Summarize our work
• Makes us competitive
• Exposure
• Feedback
• Networking
Poster Design
What should you know before you start?
• Audience
• Main message
• Required dimensions
• Vulnerability
• Det...
The Basics
• A poster is a visual presentation. Do NOT reproduce your written paper
• The research should speak for itself...
Design Notes
• Use all the space. White space is important
• Use color sparingly
• Clear – flow of information
• Clearly l...
Design Tools
Poster Creation
Programs:
• Adobe InDesign*
• Microsoft Publisher
• Microsoft PowerPoint*
• Adobe Illustrator...
Free Resources
Images
Google Advanced Image search. Limit “usage rights”
Flickr Creative Commons – keep in mind the variou...
Design
Russell Library Resources
Poster Printing
Prices:
4 cents per sq. inch for high quality paper
2 cents per sq. inch ...
Examples
Let’s Discuss
Website: Student Login
www. Socrative.com
Room Name: A531DD59
References: Graphic Design-Examples of Academic Poster
1
References: Research Poster Samples: FANSHAWE
2
References: Poster Samples-The Univ. of Texas at Austin
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References: Poster Samples-The Univ. of Texas at Austin
4
References: Research Poster Samples: FANSHAWE
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References: Poster Samples-The Univ. of Texas at Austin
6
References: Shannonbarniskis.com
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References: Poster Samples-The Univ. of Texas at Austin
8
References: Graphic Design-Examples of Academic Poster
9
Additional Resources
• Lynda Software (Designing a Poster)
• 3D Printing
• Media Equipment Checkout
Video Cameras (GoPro, ...
The Poster Session
Tips
• Be able to briefly explain your work.
• Ask questions.
• Be open to receiving feedback.
• Dress ...
References
Re-use of this page
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  1. 1. Russell Library: Spring 2016 Workshop: Designing Effective Poster Presentations ALLPPT.com _ Free PowerPoint Templates, Diagrams and Charts
  2. 2. Poster Design Why do we do poster sessions? • Summarize our work • Makes us competitive • Exposure • Feedback • Networking
  3. 3. Poster Design What should you know before you start? • Audience • Main message • Required dimensions • Vulnerability • Determine which style, programs etc. you would like to u se to create your poster. • Keep in mind particular requirements for your field or conference
  4. 4. The Basics • A poster is a visual presentation. Do NOT reproduce your written paper • The research should speak for itself. You shouldn’t have to explain your poster • You want to catch the audiences attention • It should showcase your original question and your findings • Make sure title & authors name are prominent • Include Contact Info & References • Tell a Story – with a clear flow of information • Be Brief and focus on major findings • Use images, graphs, tables etc.
  5. 5. Design Notes • Use all the space. White space is important • Use color sparingly • Clear – flow of information • Clearly label diagrams/drawings • Font size • Keep word count as low as possible • When representing GC: Always use. “Georgia College & State University”
  6. 6. Design Tools Poster Creation Programs: • Adobe InDesign* • Microsoft Publisher • Microsoft PowerPoint* • Adobe Illustrator* • Prezi • Google Slides • Haiku Deck • Canva • Quark • GIMP From a quality standpoint, either Adobe Photoshop or Adobe InDesi gn would be the best program to use.
  7. 7. Free Resources Images Google Advanced Image search. Limit “usage rights” Flickr Creative Commons – keep in mind the various licenses Wikimedia Commons MorgueFile – Free Photo Archive Creative Commons Search – search multiple sites at once. Pixabay – Free High Quality Images Pexels – Free stock photos FreeImages – 387,000_ Images
  8. 8. Design Russell Library Resources Poster Printing Prices: 4 cents per sq. inch for high quality paper 2 cents per sq. inch for low quality paper How big should my poster be? The maximum size that can be printed on the color plotters in the Library is 36 inches by 48 inches. NOTE: If you have the option of setting the resolution (dpi) of your poster, it is recommended that you specify at least 150 dpi.
  9. 9. Examples Let’s Discuss Website: Student Login www. Socrative.com Room Name: A531DD59
  10. 10. References: Graphic Design-Examples of Academic Poster 1
  11. 11. References: Research Poster Samples: FANSHAWE 2
  12. 12. References: Poster Samples-The Univ. of Texas at Austin 3
  13. 13. References: Poster Samples-The Univ. of Texas at Austin 4
  14. 14. References: Research Poster Samples: FANSHAWE 5
  15. 15. References: Poster Samples-The Univ. of Texas at Austin 6
  16. 16. References: Shannonbarniskis.com 7
  17. 17. References: Poster Samples-The Univ. of Texas at Austin 8
  18. 18. References: Graphic Design-Examples of Academic Poster 9
  19. 19. Additional Resources • Lynda Software (Designing a Poster) • 3D Printing • Media Equipment Checkout Video Cameras (GoPro, H2O, Panasonic P2) Photography Cameras (Canon Powershots, Rebel etc.) MP3 Recorders Laptops and Calculators Projectors Sound Systems Microphones Tripods Cables Other Accessories
  20. 20. The Poster Session Tips • Be able to briefly explain your work. • Ask questions. • Be open to receiving feedback. • Dress professionally, especially if you are a student. (Bu t wear comfortable shoes and your nametag!) • Smile and offer to answer any questions. • Bring business cards. • Bring a handout (if needed).
  21. 21. References Re-use of this page This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Learning Technology and Innovation: LSE Poster Design Tips: http://lti.lse.ac.uk/poster-design/ U of T Libraries: Posters and Presentations: http://guides.library.utoronto.ca/poster s_presentations Eastern Michigan Libraries: https://www.emich.edu/it/academic/poster/documents /posterdesign.pdf The University of Texas at Austin: Poster Samples: https://www.utexas.edu/ugs/our/poster/samples Graphic Design: Stack Exchange – Examples of Good Academic Poster Design htt p://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/9452/examples-of-good-academi c-poster-design Fanshawe: Research Poster Samples: http://devwww.fanshawec.ca/research-poster- samples At the Same Time: ShannonBarniskis: http://shannonbarniskis.com/research-studie s/

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