What is a research poster?
Research posters are widely used in the academic community, and most conferences include a poster session. In a poster session, the author stands next to their poster and talks with attendees. They answer questions and discuss research methodology, results, and future directions.
What makes a good poster?
What makes a good presentation?
How do I make a research poster?
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For your color scheme, stick to basics: light background, dark text, and one or two accent colors used sparingly. Avoid bright or patterned backgrounds or brightly colored text. If using an all-white background, box borders and lines can break up text and guide the reader.
It can be challenging to find images to use in posters covering history or literature. Consider other ways to break up text—for example, visualizing workflows or relationships.
Posters that present research findings should include: