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 Individual Poster Instructions

Release Time:2014-05-09  Author:  Click Rate

General information and Set-up 

Poster Size: A poster board provided at the conference will be 90 centimeters wide and 120 centimeters high. This poster board space is devoted to one poster.

Session: Your poster presentation date and time may be found at http://www.issbd2014.com/s/293/t/409/p/1/c/5959/d/5967/list.htm. Individual posters will be presented in poster sessions located in Hall of the centre. You are expected to be available at your poster for the full session.

Length of session: 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Poster Removal: Your poster must be removed promptly at the end of the session.

 

 Poster Appearance 

The title of your poster and the authors’ names should appear at the top in letters that are visible from a distance. A simple, bold font is preferred. 

An overall left-to-right organization facilitates easier reading of your poster by viewers.  

Your poster must be complete and ready to hang on the poster board when you arrive for your poster session. There will be no production or graphic facilities at the meeting.

 

Preparing the Poster 

Simplify. Include only the most important points and avoid unnecessary detail in text, figures, and tables. It is helpful to have captions that state the main conclusion the viewer is intended to draw from your graphic presentation, rather than simply naming the variables included.

Style matters. Viewers are more likely to approach your poster if it is aesthetically pleasing. Images and graphs that are more visually appealing work best, but keep your display simple.

Be careful when choosing background and colours. Background graphics can make it difficult to read your poster. A light-coloured background with a dark-coloured text generally works well.

 

Presenting the Poster 

Brief Summary. At your poster you may wish to be prepared with a brief verbal summary of the research presented in the poster, as people will ask you to tell them about it.

Answer Questions. Be prepared to answer questions and engage in discussion with individuals who stop at your poster.

Learn from Feedback. Take this excellent opportunity to meet other researchers and to learn from critiques, suggestions, and questions from others.