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Tue 16 Jun 2020
14:00 - 16:00

Venue: Student Services Centre, Exams Hall, Room AG03a

Provided by: Researcher Development Programme (RDP)


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Poster Presentations (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences)
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Tue 16 Jun 2020

Description

Poster presentations are a well-established format for presenting research findings within STEM subjects. The past few years has witnessed a growth in poster presentations across a number of AHSS conferences. Given the infancy of this phenomena, it stands that a number of researchers within AHSS remain unsure on the question of content design and delivery.

During the session, therefore, we will explore what makes a successful poster presentation in AHSS and examine how key components of a poster can be designed to make the poster more effective to your target audience.

This is a beginner’s course covering the basics of poster presentations.

Target audience

PhD Students in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available here.

Prerequisites

If you have a specific poster that you are currently working on (e.g. for a forthcoming conference), then you can use the session to gain feedback on it. If you have already presented a poster, we encourage you to bring a copy to the session for the purposes of discussion and reflection.

Sessions

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Tue 16 Jun   14:00 - 16:00 14:00 - 16:00 Student Services Centre, Exams Hall, Room AG03a map Dr C.A. Gilliam
Objectives
  • Improve understanding of what makes an effective poster presentation in AHSS
  • Understand the importance of deciding on key message(s) and narrowing the scope of a poster
  • Have a clearer idea of good poster design, planning, layout, graphics, illustrations, colours, text and data/narrative display
  • Increase confidence in their ability to answer questions and interact with the audience.
Format

Participative workshop, comprising information-giving and activities.

Duration

One 2 hour session

There will not be a scheduled break in this session, so you are encouraged to go to the Whale Café on your way in and pick up a drink. If you show your University card, you will get a small discount!

Frequency

This course is scheduled to run once per term


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