Presentations are 10 minutes in length and time is strictly enforced. After each presentation, there are a few minutes for discussion. Presenters may use slides; please plan to load your slides prior to the beginning of the #infoshow or share them with the #infoshow organizers through the #infoshow website.
- Prof. Craig MacDonald slides on presenting at #infoshow.
- General Tips: The 10 most common presentation mistakes
- A presentation on presentations from Utah State University
- Tips from ALA midwinter 2018 on doing lightning talks.
Posters (print and digital)
All poster presenters must stand with their poster during the poster session. Attendees will view the poster and ask you questions. Any easy way for you to start the conversation is, “Please let me know if you have any questions about my poster.”
The School of Information will pay for posters to be printed. To fit on the cork boards used to display posters, posters should be a maximum of 46 inches wide by 34 inches tall. You should email a print-quality PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org a week in advance of the show (or provide as much time as you can), and please be sure to include the expected dimensions. A good program for creating posters is Adobe InDesign, which is part of Adobe Creative Suite and is installed on all computers at Pratt.