This worksheet will help you plan your academic poster. Planning might not be exciting, but with a project this big and with all your awesome research to share planning is a must. This guide will help you map out your ideas and plan your design, and also has a handy final checklist to make sure your academic poster is ready to share with the world.
A well designed academic poster will showcase how awesome your research really is. This webpage is filled with tips and tricks on how to make your academic poster stand out from the crowd with a powerful, clean, and exciting look.
Peruse the templates below as you brainstorm ideas for your research poster.
2. After Creating Your Poster, Save it as a .PDF for Printing or to Present Virtually
To create a PDF you can use the PowerPoint Save As... option to save in PDF format (available with Office 2007 and later versions)
3. Adding Narration to Your Poster.
See the videos below for instructions on how to add narration to your poster in PowerPoint. The second video explains how to use Zoom to record group presentations.
Complete the following steps to upload an official Campbell University logo to your presentation:
1. Login to Blackboard.
2. Click Tools.
3. You should see a button that says, University Logos. Click and you will be directed to the Marketing Materials folder to select the logo of your choice to download.
New to InDesign? No fear! Consult the InDesign Quickguide below.
Find images to include in your presentation
Tools to help you choose a color scheme
Customize your presentation with creative, eye-catching fonts