1. Your first slide will show the layout of your poster, complete with title, authors, and content headings
- Click here to view a sample and help you get started on creating your slide. Do NOT simply copy-paste into your PPT. You must take the time to modify the slide to make it a true representation of your own poster design (Retrieved from colinpurrington.com/tips/poster-design.com)
2. Include as many slides as necessary to display the content you intend to include on your poster
- Title, authors, figures, and Works Cited are required, but you have the freedom to develop your own section headings and textual content as you see fit (though working within the guidelines set at the Writing Center)
- Each figure should be displayed on its' own slide, including caption and citation.
3. At the end, include 2 additional slides:
- What will we say to our audience?
- Who will say it?
- Will we practice and critique each other?
- Identify the work that still needs to be done to complete all requirements for the In-Class Presentation on Nov. 15th and Symposium on Nov. 29th
- Create a timeline of when these benchmarks need to be met (don't forget about working around Thanksgiving break!)
- Define specific responsibilities for individual and team contributions
- Must be submitted by November 9th @ 11:59pm to your Seminar_Team folder on OneDrive
- For your reference, click here to see the Poster Presentation guidelines from the Writing Center
- Do not allow yourself to violate the Honor Code by plagiarizing
- You are presenting in a public forum, so it especially important to be detail-oriented and format your citations correctly according to APA formatting guidelines.