A poster is a good option for projects that can easily be conveyed in a two-dimensional printed format and are characterized by exploration of a question, hypothesis, process or problem.
A poster is where the researcher directly presents their research results as a visual display and is usually a mixture of a brief narrative paper, intermixed with tables, graphs, pictures, and other presentation formats. Projects that do not have tables and figures can also be presented as posters. By writing concisely and with a few areas of focus, a poster can communicate your research and help synthesize your main ideas and research directions.
For many researchers, the poster format is superior for the presentation of their project. A poster can allow for clear and more reflective process of presentation, especially of statistical or visual information. Projects in any discipline can be presented in poster format with narratives that highlight the main points and conclusions, allowing them to be absorbed at every person's own pace as they view the poster.
Poster formats vary depending upon the type of information that is presented. Use the poster layout below as a start.
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