||Design - Input / Assistance
|Check Print Shop Schedule (Ext. 3223)
||Information about PRINTING - Check this out if
you are creating a print poster
|Opening Week 2009
8:00 - 10:00
in Building 9 - The Learning & Teaching Center
|Poster Sessions set up
What is a poster session?
A poster session offers an alternative to the
lecture-style presentation or formal workshop as a means of
sharing your topic or technique with a walk-up audience that can be
engaged at a very personal level. It should offer new and specific
information, as opposed being simply an information table.
A poster session can take the form of a poster
printed through a print shop; a hand-pasted compilation or collage
on poster board or tri-fold; or an electronic presentation, such as a
web site or PowerPoint presentation. Providing visual aids and/or handouts
What outcomes will participating in poster sessions have?
Posters will be presented during Highline’s
Opening Week this fall. Presenters will stay with their exhibits and be available to share
and answer questions.
In addition to the benefit your poster session
bring to Highline, you can take your presentation on the road
and present it at
academic/professional conferences you attend.
For Information or Assistance,
Janice Adams, Instructional Design
206-878-3710, ext. 3650
Office Hours (Library 6th floor):
M-Th 8:30 - 5:30