Posters are one standard form of professional communication and offer visual way of presenting research disciplines. This workshop will cover the elements of research posters, including function, content, organization, sections, photos, figures tables, and presentation.
Time will be devoted to sketching out a poster of your own and individual consultations as you work. You are encouraged to bring any materials such as figures or images, but no prior preparation is necessary. You may bring your own laptop or use one of the machines in the computer lab where the session will be held.
Oberlin Summer Research Institute (OSRI) workshops serve to provide all Oberlin undergraduate researchers on campus in the summer with the skills they need to conduct and present their research most effectively.
Workshops are designed to meet the needs of students in various fields and disciplines in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and STEM.
All workshops take place from 4:30-6 p.m., each Wednesday in June and July.