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Right, you are to present your research work as posters. What do you do? Panic? What the hell are posters? Surely you have posters of the Spice Girls orTake That (depending on your inclination of course)!. No, those are not the kind of posters we are referring to although the purpose is similar. We are concerned with the use of posters to present technical information, not images.
A poster is simply a static, visual medium (usually of the paper and board variety) that you use to communicate ideas and messages. The difference between poster and oral presentations is that you should let your poster do most of the 'talking'; that is, the material presented should convey the essence of your message. However, that does not mean that you can disappear to the pub or where ever you fancy. You have to 'stand-by-your-poster'! Your task as the presenter is to answer questions and provide further details; to bask in praises or suffer difficult questions; and to convince others that what you have done is excellent and worthwhile.
Easy or what? But wait ... first, stop and think!
The purpose of poster presentations is not to have boards upon boards of information. Better to hand out a report in that case. If you are presenting your poster at a conference or convention, you would have limited space. The space you are allowed will determine the content of the poster. Find out how much space you are allowed!
Is there a standard format?
Yes, there is! As with an oral presentation, there is normally:
You therefore have to present certain pieces of information but have limited space. So, before you rush away to put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard, spend a few moments or even hours to plan your presentation. This is very important. Unlike oral presentations, where some ultra-smooth talkers may be able to divert attention from a poorly planned presentation, with posters, poor planning is there for all to see.
|Planning is crucial if you do not want to be afflicted by the 'headless chicken' syndrome. There are several stages in planning a presentation.|
Gathering the information
Deciding on the content
An advertising billboard is a poster. If well designed, it will be attractive and engender a lasting impression; earnest but not boring. Importantly, it should shout out to you - "buy me!" or you would think "I want that!" Similarly, in using posters to convey technical information, they should be designed such that readers think "Yes!" or "I see!" and leave with the impression that they have learnt something new.
Ultimately, poster design is a personal matter and different individuals will have different views on how best to present certain information. Nevertheless, here are some 'rules-of-tham' ™ to guide you:
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