Wednesday, November 10, 2010

What Is meant by Poster Presentation and General guidelines, Poster recommendations, Sample Poster Arrangements, Poster Presentations Examples

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What Is a Poster Presentation?
A poster presentation, like an oral presentation is a means for a presenter to communicate his or her work to an audience. Unlike an oral presentation, in a poster presentation, the poster board does the “talking”.During a poster presentation, the presenter(s) stands next to his or her board and has the opportunity to speak with all interested conference attendees. The presenter’s responsibility is to answer questions and expound on the details of his or her research. Many conference attendees and presenters alike prefer this presentation format as it affords the opportunity to go into further detail about a particular presentation, making it a more meaningful experience for both the presenter and attendee. At the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Annual Program Meeting (APM), poster presentations will be held in the Exhibit Hall. Each presenter will be provided with one side of a freestanding bulletin board (4’X 8’) on which to display his or her poster. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled poster session to identify and set-up your bulletin board (check on boards for correct abstract number). Make sure to take your board down at the end of the session. Any posters left on the boards will be discarded.

  • General guidelines
  • Poster recommendations
  • Sample Poster Arrangements
  • Poster Presentations Examples
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