Call for Poster Presentations
ANTSHE invites all student organizations, faculty, and practitioners, exhibiting companies, industry experts, researchers, & especially college students to showcase their program, current research, products, or projects specifically related to the adult learner.
Deadline to Submit Proposal for 2017
February 5, 2017
The Poster Session will be held at a specified time as outlined in the course program and will give presenters an adequate amount of time and space to highlight their work. Your poster presentation should provide a visual display of the main components of your topic or areas of research.
The Poster Session is a great opportunity for you to discuss your work with interested attendees on a more personal and informal level. In addition, you will be able to present your work to many individuals several times in the course of an hour versus just those who would attend your concurrent session. Network and exchange ideas with others who have similar interests and experiences. Receive instant feedback on your work. No need to worry about formal presentation or preparation for presenting at the conference if your poster is prepared in advance.
Poster Session Set Up
Presenters should have posters available for viewing during the first full day of the conference, Thursday, March 23rd at 1:00PM. The exact time of the poster session will be posted soon.
Posters may remain on display after the poster session ends during the remainder of the conference, all day Friday and until 4:00PM on Saturday. Posters should be removed no later than 5:00PM on Saturday, March 25th. Presenters are not required to be available to answer questions after the poster session has ended. It is recommended that if you are using handouts, that you save them and hand them out during the poster session. You may also email your handouts to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like them uploaded to the 2017 ANTSHE Conference website.
During the poster session, we ask that presenters remain at their individual posters to answer questions and interact with attendees, providing an informal discussion of the content of the poster. The number of poster presentations is limited to 20 to allow for adequate space and time for each presenter.
Checklist for a Successful Poster Presentation
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