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 Guidelines for Poster Presentations

o    No computers or extra aids may be used during a poster presentation.

o    Lay your poster sections in a logical order so that other scientists can follow your presentation. A good method is setting up your poster in a column format so that individuals interested can read your poster,1st vertical,then top to bottom,and then left to right.

o    Keep your poster presentation to ~15 minutes per visitor/judge.

o    Use a type size that can be read easily from a considerable distance (4 feet or more). Try using a type between 14 – 20 pt. The title should be larger than the rest of the text. Select a legible font such as Times Roman,Times New Roman,Baskerville,or Palatino.

o    Posters should stimulate discussion,not give a long presentation. Therefore,keep text to a minimum,emphasize graphics,and make sure every item in your poster is necessary.

o    Space your information proportionally: divide your poster either horizontally or vertically into three or four sections,and place your materials within those spaces. Like a layout of a magazine.

o    Try not to stand directly in front of your poster,allow other scientists to view the entire poster. Stand to the side.

o    Hand carry your poster to the meeting,using tubular packaging or a portfolio case. Do not mail your poster to the conference headquarters or to the meeting site.

o    Come prepared with any relevant handouts you may wish to share and business cards to hand out.

o    When choosing a background,remember that neutral or gray colors will be easier on the eyes than a bright color. In addition,color photos look best when mounted on gray.