Information for presenters

What to bring/what will be provided

Poster presenters should bring their poster. The board and push pins for hanging the poster will be provided.

Those doing oral presentations should bring their presentation (typically PowerPoint) on a USB drive.  The computer, projector, and clicker (to advance slides) will be provided.

Practice your presentation!

Drop by the Library Digital Humanities Center (lower level of the Library Dome - LA 61) on Wednesday, March 27 from 10-3pm to practice your SRS presentation.  Record your oral presentation in the practice presentation room (bring a blank 4GB, or larger, flash drive), or display the electronic draft of your poster on a large screen, see how it looks and get feedback. As always, posters can be printed at the service desk in the 24/7 Study Area ( print-services/poster-printing).


Options for printing your poster:

Posters can be printed at the Library service desk in the 24/7 Study Area, and the cost is $40.  Please be aware that there can be as many as 30 posters ahead of you in line, and each poster takes approximately an hour to print.  DO NOT PROCRASTINATE: visit the library website now for formatting and printing information.

There are a number of private poster printing services as well, but they also typically involve some lead time.  If this is a poster you will be using at future conferences, you may consider printing on fabric, which is easier to travel with.  Two options for fabric poster printing are:

Spoonflower has tips for creating a print-ready poster.