What will you learn?
- Create your own scientific research poster
- Use free PowerPoint templates to design their poster
- Create a scientific poster that gets noticed
- Present your poster professionally at the conference
Why should you enroll?
Presenting a research poster at an upcoming conference? Making a scientific research poster doesn’t have to be hard! In this video series, you will learn the technique step by step. You will learn what software to use, and where to get professional templates for free that let you point and click to make your poster fast. You'll learn what Has to be on your Research Poster, and how to grab attention and get your poster noticed.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1: What software to use to make your poster
Lecture 2: Where to get PowerPoint templates for free
Lecture 3: All about poster sizes, colors, fonts, and image formats
Lecture 4: How to add images, charts, and graphs to your poster
Lecture 5: How to use Whitespace to draw the eye
Lecture 6: What the sections of your poster should look like
Lecture 7: All about flow and text
Lecture 8: What makes a poster stand out?
Lecture 9: How to use an elevator pitch while presenting
Lecture 10: Where to print your poster cheaply and quickly
- Pre-course feedback
- Promotional Introduction (1:28)
- Introduction (5:11)
- What Software To Use (4:15)
- Power Point Templates (6:03)
- Template Inspiration (3:28)
- Poster Sizes (6:59)
- Colors (5:13)
- Fonts (9:30)
- Image File Formats (6:00)
- More On Charts / Graphs (2:40)
- Whitespace (3:47)
- Sections Of Your Poster (3:16)
- Poster Flow (2:55)
- Poster Text (2:43)
- What Makes A Great Poster (5:18)
- The Elevator Pitch (4:29)
- Quick Recap (2:46)
- Total Recap (4:04)
- Where To Print Your Poster (11:22)
- Conclusion (1:12)
- Course feedback
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Today, he teaches Web Development courses at Codemy the online code school he founded. John graduated with honors with a degree in economics from Washington University in St. Louis where he was an artsci scholar.