Using posters to disseminate research is increasingly popular, and not just in the sciences. Good posters are clear, easy to understand and make new topics a pleasure to discover; but a bad poster creates a poor impression.
This session's tips and techniques will help your poster make a successful impact.
By the end of the workshop you will have:
- thought about your target audience and how to adapt your poster accordingly
- considered what to include on a poster and what to leave out
- looked at posters created by previous students and discussed their good and bad points
- discussed the best way to present your poster
- gained some feedback on a poster that you are creating.
Who is it for? All postgraduate research students. To register for this workshop, you must be enrolled on (or recently graduated from) one of the following degrees: PhD, MPhil, Masters by Research, EngD, EdD, professional doctorate.
Is any preparation required? No (optional: bring along a draft poster for feedback)
Is catering provided? No
Who is the main tutor? Vicky Crawford / Alex Conner / Emma Smith
Other researchers say:
Useful tips on engaging the audience. It was very good: informative & fun.