Pendergrass Library on the Agriculture Campus offers large format poster printing.
Located in Commons South, the Studio is a media production lab with large format poster printing, computers, software, and staff to assist with graphic design.
Instruction and consultation available from: the Studio, Scholars' Collaborative, Pendergrass Library, and OIT. Online training videos available on: Lynda.com.
Guide content adapted from http://guides.library.illinois.edu/poster
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Poster sessions in classes and at conferences are a way to visually convey research. This guide offers the basics in design, content, and printing resources.
Follow these steps to print a research poster.
Design a poster using a UT template or your own PowerPoint slide.
Fill out the online form to request a print at The Studio at Hodges Library.
Fill out the online form to request a print at Pendergrass Library on the Agriculture Campus.
Learn the basics of what to expect at a poster session.
What to include in a poster and how to write it in a compelling way.
Where to download images, how to cite them, and more.
Come up with an awesome lightning talk to go along with a poster.
Inspiration and ideas for making posters better.
Sign up for ORCID and TRACE to help others learn about your research.
Links to helpful library guides, design tools, and tips for posters in the sciences.
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