How do you structure a poster presentation?
A Few Tips on Poster Appearance:
- Avoid clutter. Limit your poster presentation to a few main ideas.
- Keep the lettering simple. Use no more than three different font sizes; the largest for the poster title, second-largest for section titles, and smallest for text.
- Keep the colors simple.
What is a presentation poster?
A poster presentation is a way to communicate your research or your understanding of a topic in a concise and visually engaging format. A poster presentation usually includes two elements: a poster. a brief verbal explanation of the poster content or topic (often less than 5 minutes).
How do you introduce a poster presentation?
The introduction should give a brief background of the topic you are discussing/presenting in your poster. The reader needs to very quickly understand why you chose this general topic (why is it important?) and get general background information (bulleted list or maximum length of approximately 200 words).
What are the contents of poster presentation?
Typically, a poster should contain: a title section, abstract or summary, short introduction, aims and objectives, methodology, results, discussion and conclusions.
How long should poster presentations be?
You should introduce your poster presentation with a “1 Minute Pitch” that can sometimes stretch a bit longer than one minute. You don’t want to “give everything away” so to speak, but rather capture the audience’s interest, introduce yourself and the project, and spark a dialogue.
What is the aim of a poster?
The aim of the poster is to grab the attention of your audience which in turn will generate interest in your area of research. Everything within the poster, including all graphics and text, must relate to the research project you are trying to communicate.
How many words should be on a poster?
Word count – a typical poster will have between 300 – 500 words, audience dependent (Anon, n. d).
How can I make a good poster?
What Makes a Good Poster?
- Important information should be readable from about 10 feet away.
- Title is short and draws interest.
- Word count of about 300 to 800 words.
- Text is clear and to the point.
- Use of bullets, numbering, and headlines make it easy to read.
- Effective use of graphics, color and fonts.