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DR. ANITA S. GOSWAMI-GIRI
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
B.N. BANDODKAR COLLEGE OF SCIENCE , THANE (W)-1
EMAIL: anitagoswami@yahoo.com
 Posters are often included in the scientific program of a
conference, and are usually displayed during a
conference with times allocated for presenters to be
available to discuss their content with attendees.
 A poster is an excellent way for beginning presenters to
introduce their work to their peers. This also allows for
valuable networking opportunities.
 For the award in any scientific conferences and to decide
quality of research, many of students and also new
researchers are rather inexperienced in their preparation
and presentation.
 Senior supervisor or juries members having been
involved in organizing and judging poster sessions,
 Hence some thought to be desirable features of a poster.
 A poster is a large printed sheets of paper
pinned or attached with velcro strips to the
board .
 Poster includes- picture used for
decoration include both textual and graphic
elements, to be used in its preparation.
 It is a visual presentation comprising the
contributor/presenter wishes to display on the
poster board.
 The purpose of a poster is to outline a piece of
work in a form that is easily assimilated and
stimulates interest and discussion.
 Consider your audience
 Take time for preparation
 Know the dimension, method of display
 Know the evaluation criteria
 Minimum of clutter and a maximum of concise,
 Informative statements and attractive,
 Enlightening graphics.
 Bulleted lists are effective
 Is my abstract effective?
 Prepared hand-outs
•Why should anyone care?
•What am I adding to current knowledge?
• Do I need to explain methods?
• Have I told them what I found and recommend?
1.Consider the main message you’d like to convey.
2. Check different format concepts and develop drafts on paper
3. Check series of drafts to be incorporated in the poster which
may be prepared either manually or computer generated
4. Ensure need of work and quality of the final of it.
4. Check the poster for clarity and accuracy.
5. Stand back about 3 metres to check that: -
• the message is clear and accessible, and
• there is a balance between text and graphics.
6. Check and correct spelling, clarity of meaning, illustrations,
figures etc.
7. Avoid abbreviations, acronyms and jargon
 Aim and objective
 Methods/procedure/experimental
 Results - Graphs and figures and tables. Legends
should be minimal.
 Discussion-The broad outline includes a
statement of the problem,
 Description of the method of attack
 presentation of results, and
 summary of the work
 Acknowledge to funding agencied
 References
 But within that format, there is much scope
for ingenuity.
 A question-and-answer format.
 Separate sheets of A4 or A3.
 Title: 80 – 96 point for titles
 Authors: 56pt ,
 Sub-headings: 30 – 36 point,
 Body text: 18 – 24 point
 Captions: 18pt
 Specialist audience-experts in same or very
closely related field.
 Related audience- specialists in
related/overlapping field.
 General audience- can only assume general
knowledge; no familiarity with discipline of
your subject area.
 Try to use only 2-3 different colors, plus black,
which is always best for the smallest text
 You can use color wheels to get your color
scheme right
 Colours will be based on personal and/or
supervisors’ preference
 Avoid using dark backgrounds
 Often easier to read
 Makes designing graphics more difficult
 Saves on ink
Choose a color scheme
Do Avoid
1. Save photos as jpg or png
Line art as a png (graphs)
Web images are usually
poor resolution
2.Include all contact info:
• Mail address
• Phone• E-mail
Avoid resolution overkill!
At least 150 dpi, but no more
than 300 dpi
3. Dark type on light colour
background
2-3 colors, no more
4. Edit, Edit, Edit and evaluate Over theory
5.Be aware of busy backgrounds Be careful with the primary colors
If you have an interesting result, state
it explicitly in the title.
If you have an interesting result, avoid
exagaration.
 Can you read the type?
 Are these the colors you really want?
 Does it look too busy?
 Do my main points pop?
YOU’RE NOT DONEYET….......
 Prepare a 3-5 minute verbal explanation Is
ever going to SHUT UP???
 Any specific questions on how to use
PowerPoint?
 Anything need explaining again?
Ask for a proof
before full poster
is printed
You totally bomb at giving talks
• can be viewed while you nap
• can hang in the department for years
• can reach folks not in your field of research.
Prepare mini size poster hand-outs
• Provides a written record for interested folks
• Makes you look together
• Be sure to include complete contact information
• Might even get you a job!
 Objective and main point(s) hard to find
 Text too small
 Poor graphics
 Poor organization
Title
Abstract
Aims and
Objectives
Used bullets
Info contact
Methods
Graphs
Table if any
Result obtained
Conclusion
Status
Acknowledgement
References
If publication write your own publication
logo
300-500 words
Title
Abstract
Aims and
Objectives
Used bullets
Method s
Conclusion
Status
Acknowledgement
References
If publication write your own publication
Graphs
Table if any
Result obtained
Info contact
Source
structure
300-500 words
Aims and
objectives
Results
Conclusion
Status
references
Abstract
Methods
Informative
text
Main findings
Table/graphs
summary
References
Acknowledgement
and info
Design and layout specifications
Aim and
objectives
Material
methods
Result and
discussion
Title of
poster
Significant
achievement
Related
picture
Small
packet
containing
handout
 understand the purpose of poster presentations
 know how to create an A0 or A1 poster using MS
PowerPoint
 understand the principles behind effective
poster presentations
 know how to prepare for a poster presentation
 know how to behave during a poster conference
 Attending this course will help develop skills in the
following RDF sub-domains:
 Creativity
 Personal qualities
 Professional and career development
 Engagement and Impact
 Communication and Dissemination
 Attract attention
 Provide a brief overview of your work
 Initiate discussion and questions.
 e-Poster presentations are similar to regular Power
Point presentations, only have limited number of
slides.
 e-Poster presentations can include up to (15) slides
(landscape orientation) and should contain these
parts:
 Background and aims
 Methods
 Results
 Conclusions
 Discussion (according to the decision of the author)
 Disclosure (only if present)
 The first slide of presentation-
e-Poster title,
list of authors and list of affiliations.
1. Apply this information on each slide of
presentation in the "footer” section.
2. Add slide numbers and time.
3. Add images/ videos and tables to improve
documentation of your e-Poster.
How to prepared e-poster ?
 E-poster either in Power Point or in high quality .jpg
format.
 Prepare a single vertical slide, 32 cm tall x 24 cm wide.
 The recommended minimal font size is 10 pt for text and
20 pt bold for the title.
 Recommended typefaces:Verdana,Tahoma or Comic
sans.
 Contrast is very important for e-posters. On the screen,
visibility is better with light letters over dark backgrounds.
 Insert regular images, tables and graphs,
 Avoid multi-media files (videos, audio, etc.).
 Drop by the AV Preparation Office and hand in your e-
poster presentation
Aspect Points
How well does the content of the poster correlate with
the chosen theme/heading?
5
Is the poster structured in a clear and logical way(e.g.
sub-headings, use of pictures, tables and figures)?
5
Is the poster topic well limited (is there a suitable
number of topics; not too much and not too little)?
5
Does the poster conveywhether the creators have
understood the presented topic?
5
Has relevant branding literature been used in the task? 4
How well is the layout and presentation of the poster
executed?
3
General, overall impression of the poster 3
Evaluation forms (course participants) 10
Total points 40
 What is a poster?
 Choose poster from laboratory and write
Strengths ,Room for improvement

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An effective poster is camera of your work

  • 1. DR. ANITA S. GOSWAMI-GIRI DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY B.N. BANDODKAR COLLEGE OF SCIENCE , THANE (W)-1 EMAIL: anitagoswami@yahoo.com
  • 2.  Posters are often included in the scientific program of a conference, and are usually displayed during a conference with times allocated for presenters to be available to discuss their content with attendees.  A poster is an excellent way for beginning presenters to introduce their work to their peers. This also allows for valuable networking opportunities.  For the award in any scientific conferences and to decide quality of research, many of students and also new researchers are rather inexperienced in their preparation and presentation.  Senior supervisor or juries members having been involved in organizing and judging poster sessions,  Hence some thought to be desirable features of a poster.
  • 3.  A poster is a large printed sheets of paper pinned or attached with velcro strips to the board .  Poster includes- picture used for decoration include both textual and graphic elements, to be used in its preparation.  It is a visual presentation comprising the contributor/presenter wishes to display on the poster board.  The purpose of a poster is to outline a piece of work in a form that is easily assimilated and stimulates interest and discussion.
  • 4.  Consider your audience  Take time for preparation  Know the dimension, method of display  Know the evaluation criteria  Minimum of clutter and a maximum of concise,  Informative statements and attractive,  Enlightening graphics.  Bulleted lists are effective
  • 5.  Is my abstract effective?  Prepared hand-outs •Why should anyone care? •What am I adding to current knowledge? • Do I need to explain methods? • Have I told them what I found and recommend?
  • 6. 1.Consider the main message you’d like to convey. 2. Check different format concepts and develop drafts on paper 3. Check series of drafts to be incorporated in the poster which may be prepared either manually or computer generated 4. Ensure need of work and quality of the final of it. 4. Check the poster for clarity and accuracy. 5. Stand back about 3 metres to check that: - • the message is clear and accessible, and • there is a balance between text and graphics. 6. Check and correct spelling, clarity of meaning, illustrations, figures etc. 7. Avoid abbreviations, acronyms and jargon
  • 7.  Aim and objective  Methods/procedure/experimental  Results - Graphs and figures and tables. Legends should be minimal.  Discussion-The broad outline includes a statement of the problem,  Description of the method of attack
  • 8.  presentation of results, and  summary of the work  Acknowledge to funding agencied  References  But within that format, there is much scope for ingenuity.  A question-and-answer format.
  • 9.  Separate sheets of A4 or A3.  Title: 80 – 96 point for titles  Authors: 56pt ,  Sub-headings: 30 – 36 point,  Body text: 18 – 24 point  Captions: 18pt
  • 10.  Specialist audience-experts in same or very closely related field.  Related audience- specialists in related/overlapping field.  General audience- can only assume general knowledge; no familiarity with discipline of your subject area.
  • 11.  Try to use only 2-3 different colors, plus black, which is always best for the smallest text  You can use color wheels to get your color scheme right  Colours will be based on personal and/or supervisors’ preference  Avoid using dark backgrounds  Often easier to read  Makes designing graphics more difficult  Saves on ink Choose a color scheme
  • 12. Do Avoid 1. Save photos as jpg or png Line art as a png (graphs) Web images are usually poor resolution 2.Include all contact info: • Mail address • Phone• E-mail Avoid resolution overkill! At least 150 dpi, but no more than 300 dpi 3. Dark type on light colour background 2-3 colors, no more 4. Edit, Edit, Edit and evaluate Over theory 5.Be aware of busy backgrounds Be careful with the primary colors If you have an interesting result, state it explicitly in the title. If you have an interesting result, avoid exagaration.
  • 13.  Can you read the type?  Are these the colors you really want?  Does it look too busy?  Do my main points pop? YOU’RE NOT DONEYET….......  Prepare a 3-5 minute verbal explanation Is ever going to SHUT UP???  Any specific questions on how to use PowerPoint?  Anything need explaining again?
  • 14. Ask for a proof before full poster is printed
  • 15. You totally bomb at giving talks • can be viewed while you nap • can hang in the department for years • can reach folks not in your field of research.
  • 16. Prepare mini size poster hand-outs • Provides a written record for interested folks • Makes you look together • Be sure to include complete contact information • Might even get you a job!
  • 17.  Objective and main point(s) hard to find  Text too small  Poor graphics  Poor organization
  • 18. Title Abstract Aims and Objectives Used bullets Info contact Methods Graphs Table if any Result obtained Conclusion Status Acknowledgement References If publication write your own publication logo 300-500 words
  • 19. Title Abstract Aims and Objectives Used bullets Method s Conclusion Status Acknowledgement References If publication write your own publication Graphs Table if any Result obtained Info contact Source structure 300-500 words
  • 22. Design and layout specifications Aim and objectives Material methods Result and discussion Title of poster Significant achievement Related picture Small packet containing handout
  • 23.  understand the purpose of poster presentations  know how to create an A0 or A1 poster using MS PowerPoint  understand the principles behind effective poster presentations  know how to prepare for a poster presentation  know how to behave during a poster conference
  • 24.  Attending this course will help develop skills in the following RDF sub-domains:  Creativity  Personal qualities  Professional and career development  Engagement and Impact  Communication and Dissemination  Attract attention  Provide a brief overview of your work  Initiate discussion and questions.
  • 25.  e-Poster presentations are similar to regular Power Point presentations, only have limited number of slides.  e-Poster presentations can include up to (15) slides (landscape orientation) and should contain these parts:  Background and aims  Methods  Results  Conclusions  Discussion (according to the decision of the author)  Disclosure (only if present)
  • 26.  The first slide of presentation- e-Poster title, list of authors and list of affiliations. 1. Apply this information on each slide of presentation in the "footer” section. 2. Add slide numbers and time. 3. Add images/ videos and tables to improve documentation of your e-Poster. How to prepared e-poster ?
  • 27.  E-poster either in Power Point or in high quality .jpg format.  Prepare a single vertical slide, 32 cm tall x 24 cm wide.  The recommended minimal font size is 10 pt for text and 20 pt bold for the title.  Recommended typefaces:Verdana,Tahoma or Comic sans.  Contrast is very important for e-posters. On the screen, visibility is better with light letters over dark backgrounds.  Insert regular images, tables and graphs,  Avoid multi-media files (videos, audio, etc.).  Drop by the AV Preparation Office and hand in your e- poster presentation
  • 28. Aspect Points How well does the content of the poster correlate with the chosen theme/heading? 5 Is the poster structured in a clear and logical way(e.g. sub-headings, use of pictures, tables and figures)? 5 Is the poster topic well limited (is there a suitable number of topics; not too much and not too little)? 5 Does the poster conveywhether the creators have understood the presented topic? 5 Has relevant branding literature been used in the task? 4 How well is the layout and presentation of the poster executed? 3 General, overall impression of the poster 3 Evaluation forms (course participants) 10 Total points 40
  • 29.  What is a poster?  Choose poster from laboratory and write Strengths ,Room for improvement