Tips for Poster Presentations
Here are links to various resources on putting together a poster presentation. Your faculty mentor should be the final word on certain details, but you can put your best foot forward on your first draft by consulting the following tips and exploring these resources.
Your first stop should be the SDSU Poster Printing site. Here you can get information on how to set up your poster so that it can be printed well.
You are going to want to represent SDSU well, so use high-quality logos! Download the official ones at the SDSU Download Logos site.
Some websites that offer good advice for putting together your first poster are here:
- Good overview of the process, with links to lots of additional resources, from Northern Arizona University
- Another good overview of the process, from the Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium
- Specific details on how to create your poster in Microsoft PowerPoint, from University of San Diego
- A staggering collection of links for additional resources, from University of North Carolina
Because posters are somewhat less common in the humanities, here are some links that might help those who are not in science/engineering fields: