[iw] IW Poster Session - Tuesday, May 10, 2011 - Convocation Room

Colleen E. Kenny-McGinley ckenny at CS.Princeton.EDU
Tue May 3 10:41:11 EDT 2011



Good Morning, 

  

  

This is a reminder that the Independent Work Poster Session will be held on Tuesday, May 10th from 2-5 PM in the 

Convocation Rm. - Friend Center.    I have attached photos of  posters that were on display last semester. 

Both were clear, concise and utilized the poster space that was allotted. 

  

I have highlighted the poster logistics information found on the IW webpage as a reminder:http://iw.cs.princeton.edu/10-11/#Poster_Session 

Poster Logistics: Usually, each student will have 1 side of a bulletin board that is 4ft by 4ft to mount their display. Most people will have conventional posters as displays. However, we encourage students to come up with new and creative ways to communicate the intellectual content of their theses to other students and faculty. Thumb tacks for mounting conventional posters will be provided for you. If you are considering something unconventional, please check with the UGC and IWC well in advance to determine if the idea is feasible. In general, space is limited so while creative ideas are wonderful, they need to fit in the same space as a conventional poster presentation 


Printing posters. WARNING: Don't wait until the day before to figure out how to create and print your poster -- you will be out of luck! No excuses about being unable to create a poster on time will be accepted. It is your responsibility to figure how to do it and get it done on time. Here are some options for creating posters: 

Simple I: Print out a series of slides and pin them up individually to the 4ft by 4ft bulletin board that will be provided for you. Surrounding each individual slide by colored construction paper looks good. 
Simple II: Print out a series of slides and glue or tape them on to poster board. Pin up the single poster on your bulletin board. 
Large-Format Printers: Create a single large PDF or PowerPoint slide with all the information you want on your poster like this one and print it at one of the large-format printers on campus. One option is Print Services, who have a large-format printer and student pricing. Another option is but they fill up quickly in the few days before the poster session. 
FedEx Office (Kinkos), Triangle, etc (or other commercial copying facilities): Often have facilities for printing posters, but tend to be expensive, in the $50-$100 range 





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