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Ce poster presentation

  1. 1. DESIGNING A SCIENTIFIC POSTER CAROLINE ERB-MEDINA MACAULAY ITF - QUEENS COLLEGE Adapted from a presentation created by Maggie Dickinson
  2. 2. What is a Scientific Poster? It is:• A visual means for communicating a summary of research.• Typically created for an academic or professional community.• Should highlight the most important research findings in an aesthetically pleasing manner.
  3. 3. Today’s Goals• Learn the basics of poster design• Determine how to create a successful poster
  4. 4. Poster Requirements• Each group must create one poster to be presented by all group members.• Posters can be made with PowerPoint, Keynote, or Illustrator.• Dimensions must be 48” x 36”.
  5. 5. Selecting Slide Size in PowerPoint• Choose the theme tab• Select page setup in the top left hand corner• Highlight slide size• Pick your dimensions under “page setup”
  6. 6. Deadlines• Final version printed at Macaulay by appointment only: November 30• Poster presentations will be held on: Wednesday, December 5, 6:00-8:30 Thursday, December 6, 6:00-8:30 Sunday, December 9, 10:00-12:30, 1:30-4:00
  7. 7. Suggested Components• Introduction/background• Problem Statement• Objectives (and possibly constraints)• Strategies• Discussion• Conclusions• Recommendations• Supporting graphs and images
  8. 8. How to Use Text Break text up with bullets or numbers. (As is done in this slide) Indenting shows subordination See? Avoid lengthy paragraphs that give far too muchdetail, like talking about why you did what you did and whether you dislike positivism because there is such a thing as reality out there and it operates in a certain way and we should be able to access that in some shape, form, or fashion and besides it’s all from some stuffy old dead guy thinking too hard, anyway.
  9. 9. Less is MoreTeeth are ideal for Teeth & Life Historystudying life history Incremental growthbecause they grow Not remodeledincrementally, are not Resistant to environmentalremodeled during an stressindividual’s lifetime, andare not highly subject toenvironmental stresses.
  10. 10. Design EssentialsMake sure your font colors stand out against the background. Use fonts people can read. Titles & headings should be 40 to 70 pt. Body text should never be less than 14 pt.Be consistent with colors and use them to guide the reader. Use one color for headings, another for body text.Use a single color background, anything else will not come out clearly in your printout.
  11. 11. What makes a bad poster?
  12. 12. What is wrong with this poster?
  13. 13. What is Wrong With This Poster?
  14. 14. Sample Poster Templates
  15. 15. Left to Right, Top to Bottom Flow Title & Authors
  16. 16. Left to Right Flow in Rows Title & AuthorsPart 1Part 2Part 3
  17. 17. Centered Image & Peripheral Explanations Title & Authors
  18. 18. Centered Explanation, Peripheral Images Title & Authors
  19. 19. Sample Posters
  20. 20. Registration for Sessions has Opened Sign up at: presentations/signup/
  21. 21. Scientific Poster ResourcesScientific Poster Design and Layout ( on Designing Scientific Posters (Swarthmore College):“Do’s andDon’ts of Poster Presentation”Example of Bad Scientific Poster (Colin Purrington): for Making Posters with PowerPoint (The University of Alabama)