Posters sessions provide an informal forum to report innovative projects, introduce new services and resources, or test research ideas of interest to distance librarianship. Posters may include narratives, tables, graphs, and handouts.
An articulate, expressive poster will contain only the crucial points of the research. Traditional elements include:
CREATING & MOUNTING A POSTER
Dimensions for a poster should not exceed 4’ x 6’. Posters should be a balance between the informative and the artistic, and they should strive to highlight pertinent information while keeping in mind the logistics of attendees effectively reading and understanding the topic presented. The presenter's name and institution should also be available on the poster.
PRESENTERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
CONFERENCE HOST IS RESPONSIBLE FOR:
POSTER SESSION BEST PRACTICES