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-NO UPDATES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE, NOT EVEN ON SITE-
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Abstract Poster Formatting Guidelines
IMPORTANT: Due to difference in operating system standards and character sets, mathematical formulas created in Windows often do not display correctly on MAC OS, even in PowerPoint. Please convert formulas to images.
Your poster sessions will be handled in Kiosk Mode. Kiosk mode means that we receive the presentation ahead of time, then combine multiple presentations into a single presentation with a menu and navigation buttons. This ensures that it is easy to swap between different posters that are on the same screen. There are some things to consider:
Making the Most of Your Presentation:
Posters offer a very flexible format, and there are several methods you can use to optimize your presentation. The goal of your presentation should always be readability. You are no longer constrained to a single-page poster, so if you have a lot of information it’s a good idea to split it up across multiple pages. You may not have more than 10 slides. There are a few key methods that can be used in conjunction with multiple pages to make your presentation interactive and flexible.
QR Tag Creation
If you wish to include a quick-response tag in your poster with embedded information, you can easily find a free website to create one. These sites take text input and generate a QR tag image that you can download and import into your presentation. Here are a few websites we have used: