Feb 14, 2020

Write and Present a Scientific Research Poster

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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==
 
=== Writing the Presentation ===
 
=== Writing the Presentation ===
# Write the title. The title of the study is placed, centered, at the top of the page. Directly below in italics is where you place the authors of the poster, in order of involvement in the study. Within the title section, you can also place the logo of large contributors (like participating laboratory or associated institutions)[[Image:Screen Shot 2020 02 14 at 8.01.56 PM.png|center]]
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# Create the title. The title of the study is placed, centered, at the top of the page. Directly below in italics is where you place the authors of the poster, in order of involvement in the study. Within the title section, you can also place the logo of large contributors (like participating laboratory or associated institutions)[[Image:Screen Shot 2020 02 14 at 8.01.56 PM.png|center]]
 
# Write the abstract. This is where an overall description of your study will go. Be sure to include the overall purpose of the project, the research problems you investigated, the basic design of the study, and any major findings or trends. This section should be about 300 words long.
 
# Write the abstract. This is where an overall description of your study will go. Be sure to include the overall purpose of the project, the research problems you investigated, the basic design of the study, and any major findings or trends. This section should be about 300 words long.
 
# Write the methods. Within the section, you will provide a detailed description of what protocols you performed in the study. It must be detailed to the point that another scientist, with the appropriate resources, could replicate your study. Normally the methods section of a research presentation is formatted as a list.
 
# Write the methods. Within the section, you will provide a detailed description of what protocols you performed in the study. It must be detailed to the point that another scientist, with the appropriate resources, could replicate your study. Normally the methods section of a research presentation is formatted as a list.
# Include data and graphics. Within all sections but specifically this one, it is important to consider the prior knowledge of your audience. For clarity, it is best to represent only one piece of information per graph with a simple description below. If possible, create. your simple illustrations. It is also important to consider the elements of design when using graphics and graphs. Pay. attention to the use of color, alignment, and balance. [[Image:Screen Shot 2020 02 14 at 8.07.14 PM.png|center]]
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# Add data and graphics. Within all sections but specifically this one, it is important to consider the prior knowledge of your audience. For clarity, it is best to represent only one piece of information per graph with a simple description below. If possible, create. your simple illustrations. It is also important to consider the elements of design when using graphics and graphs. Pay. attention to the use of color, alignment, and balance. [[Image:Screen Shot 2020 02 14 at 8.07.14 PM.png|center]]
# Write the conclusion. This is where you relate data found the conclusions of the study. Within this section, the author must also address ongoing studies and what may be done with relevant findings in the future. This may be the shortest section.
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# Add the conclusion. This is where you relate data found the conclusions of the study. Within this section, the author must also address ongoing studies and what may be done with relevant findings in the future. This may be the shortest section.
 
# Write the references.  This is where all of your citations will go. Your list does not have to be alphabetized; however, each time you use information relevant to one of your citations, it must be noted throughout the poster. The references section is also where you thank those that assisted financially or supported you in any way on the project.
 
# Write the references.  This is where all of your citations will go. Your list does not have to be alphabetized; however, each time you use information relevant to one of your citations, it must be noted throughout the poster. The references section is also where you thank those that assisted financially or supported you in any way on the project.
 
# Write contact information. Lastly, be sure to leave your contact information for further questions and future collaborations.
 
# Write contact information. Lastly, be sure to leave your contact information for further questions and future collaborations.
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# Know what to do the day of the presentation. Be sure to arrive as early as the host will allow to set up in your allotted space and practice. Do not go all day without eating. If your presentation is symposium style, be sure to bring a sign notifying readers if you have had to step away but will be returning.
 
# Know what to do the day of the presentation. Be sure to arrive as early as the host will allow to set up in your allotted space and practice. Do not go all day without eating. If your presentation is symposium style, be sure to bring a sign notifying readers if you have had to step away but will be returning.
 
# Present your speech. Be aware of the speed at which you are speaking and remember to take pauses. Maintain comfortable eye contact with listeners/readers, making sure to regularly break contact to refer to your poster. Come prepared to answer questions. If a question is asked that you do not know the answer to admit unknowingness and request their contact information to give them an answer later.
 
# Present your speech. Be aware of the speed at which you are speaking and remember to take pauses. Maintain comfortable eye contact with listeners/readers, making sure to regularly break contact to refer to your poster. Come prepared to answer questions. If a question is asked that you do not know the answer to admit unknowingness and request their contact information to give them an answer later.
# View other Posters. It is advised that you listen to other presenters to obtain more presentation knowledge. Pay attention to things they do well and not as well. Network with presenters, especially those in your field or studying topics related to your own.
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# View other posters. It is advised that you listen to other presenters to obtain more presentation knowledge. Pay attention to things they do well and not as well. Network with presenters, especially those in your field or studying topics related to your own.
   
 
== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==


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