I successfully pieced together a layout for a two-board poster, 72x48 total. The title is large and each section (introduction, methods, results, analysis, relevance, future work, conclusion, and references) is planned now. I believe the space is necessary to cover all my material, still in a concise manner but with enough detail.
Over the next weeks, I will be working on this poster and my oral presentations for all venues.
Many many thanks! :) All feedback is welcome and appreciated.
Submitted by Nick Petty on Mon, 02/17/2014 - 3:32pm
So, unfortunately, I haven't been able to complete my conclusion this weekend. I forgot my other computer at school, and Kate has yet to respond to as what HAS2 and 18s are, and if I don't know what those are it makes it much more difficult to write the conclusion. I have, however, made much progress in putting together the charts and I have began drafting my conclusion. This upcomming week I need to finish my paper's conclusion and figure out how to insert the charts and pictures into my paper in a way that is enjoyable to read.
I am starting to work on my poster for the NWSES system as well as composing my oral and PowerPoint presentation for the Oregon JSHS.
I'm going to print out two posters using PowerPoint templates from MakeSigns, paste each on a poster board, and clamp the two poster boards together for a mega-board. I've checked and it fits the NWSE size restrictions, barely. :-)