Poster sessions are an incredible opportunity to share our work with a broader audience, get feedback, and network with our peers, as well as potential employers, funders, and collaborators. Our careers often depend on performing well in these exciting and often chaotic venues, but few of us are trained in graphic design and visual storytelling! In this talk, I will present some principles for creating an effective academic poster and introduce you to a group critique process that should help you tell your story more clearly and stand out from the crowd. No prior experience is required.
Location: Bostock 127 or online (via Zoom)
This event is also offered virtually. A zoom link will be sent via email to registered participants to join the workshop
Eric Monson, is a data visualization specialist with the Duke University Libraries’ Center for Data and Visualization Sciences. Although his PhD is in Applied Physics, from 2007 until he joined CDVS in 2015 he collaborated with Duke faculty and graduate students from Math to Computational Biology to Art History, helping them transform, visualize and understand their data.
Hosted by Duke University Libraries in collaboration with the Center for Data and Visualization Sciences
Duke Libraries Digital Scholarship & Publishing Services department collaborates with researchers in the humanities and interpretive social sciences, at any level of study, to plan and build digital research projects. We supply consultation on technical matters, project management, and best practices for a wide range of technologically-engaged research. We also encourage learning and experimentation in digital scholarship through exploratory projects, programs of hands-on instruction, graduate student internships, and resources and programming in The Edge / Murthy Digital Studio.