Resources for Collaborations Participants
Creating Your Poster
These resources can help you create a top-notch presentation. Materials must be submitted to the Collaborations Team by April 8, 2022, to allow time for them to be loaded onto the website.
Poster Session Resources
Preparing a poster for Collaborations? Use the documents and links below to make it as effective as possible.
2022 Poster Making Session April 6th at 12:15 pm in Bass Hall 102
Poster Preparation Checklist (Google Docs Presentation)
For students who are presenting during the poster sessions. Covers the steps involved in creating your poster, having it printed and presenting it.
Poster Preparation Procedures
Resources to help you select and obtain or prepare text, photos, graphs, maps and any other content to be included on your poster.
- Science Poster Liaisons
Find out who will print your poster using this list of department liaisons for science posters.
- Collaborations Poster Printing Request Form
Complete this form and submit it with your poster when you send it for printing.
Whether you are using PowerPoint, participating in a panel, or giving a reading, these resources can help you create a top-notch presentation! If you will use PowerPoint or another digital presentation format, you must submit it to the Collaborations Team by Friday, April 8, 2022 to allow time for it to be tested on the computers in the presentation rooms.
- Resources for Creating Presentations (Google Doc)
Guidance on creating and giving strong presentations. Lists sources for images and other content, presentation software, on-campus resources to support you as you prepare your presentation and tips for presenting confidently.
- Submitting Your PowerPoint Presentation (PDF)
Once your PowerPoint presentation is perfected, here's some helpful information on submitting your file.
- Bad Presentation Bingo
24 Things to Avoid When Making a Presentation or Speaking in Public (good advice and fun too!)
- Examples of Past Collaborations Presentations
You have the option of sharing your work on the event website, as well as in person. Celebrating Collaborations participants may submit information and images, video, audio or other pdf documents. The event website will be saved in an archived mode for future participants. It’s also a helpful resource for attendees to see your full results.
Use the Student Submission Guidelines for suggestions and tools to prepare your website submission.