You may find the following guidelines helpful in planning and preparing your poster:
- Basics of Poster Design
An overview on poster elements: Getting started, Mastering the basics, Creating design unity, Additional resources, Poster checklist, and a Poster Gallery.
- Creating Effective Poster Presentations
Elements of an effective poster and detailed, illustrated guidelines on how to produce one. Site includes a discussion blog.
- Creating Posters for Humanities & Social Sciences
Sections on "What is a Poster?" and "Why Have Posters?" are useful for people who have never created a poster.
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The 2010 Teaching and Learning Symposium is hosted by:
The Center for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT)
Center for Instructional Development and Research
Faculty Council on Instructional Quality
Teaching and Learning Center at UW Bothell
Teaching and Learning Center at UW Tacoma.
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"A great opportunity to network with other people thinking about similar issues in departments all across the university. I had lots of great conversations."
- 2008 Symposium Participant
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