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Presentations: Home

Welcome

Welcome to Joyner Library's guide to resources for poster presentations.  This guide was designed to connect you with information that will aid in the creation, presentation, and preservation of a research poster.  By selecting the tabs above you can navigate the resources available to you through the library and other campus resources.

Presentation Research Guide

Guide Content

Poster Design: An effective poster is colorful and eye-catching, light on the text, and displays some sort of charts or graphics to support your points. In this section of the guide you will find information that will help you to design a visually appealing poster presentation

Poster Content: Posters are a visual representation of your research, scholarly, or creative work. Posters should be able to stand alone giving a clear concise representation of your work, without any explanation from you. In this section of the guide you will find information on what content to include in your poster.  

Poster Presentation: Poster presentations are one of the most common ways to disseminate information at meetings and conferences.  Poster presentations provide space for the researcher and audience to come together for discussion and Q&A. In this section of the guide you will find information on how to give a successful poster presentation.

Templates & Examples: This section of the guide provides you with templates and examples of poster presentations. 

Oral Presentations: This section of the guide provides you with information on how to be an effective presenter and what content should be included in your oral presentation. 

Printing & Archiving: This section of the guide provides you with information on where to print and how you can archive your poster presentation for future use.