Creating your Virtual Poster for a Common Ground Conference.
Virtual poster sessions are designed for presenters who are not able to be present in person at the conference. Travel, funding, and schedule can sometimes make it difficult for participants to attend the conference in-person. In order to support more inclusive participation, virtual poster sessions enable participants to present work to a body of peers and to engage with colleagues from afar, bringing global ideas to the local spaces.
Virtual posters offer a very flexible format, and there are several methods you can use to optimize your presentation. The goal of your poster presentation should always be readability. Additionally, content is important, but be sure to keep your message concise.
If you wish to include a QR 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.
Include the following components in your poster presentation:
Title and Author Information:
Once completed with the template above, send an email to the conference secretariat at email@example.com for access information to upload your virtual poster. Please format the "Subject" of your email as follows, including your accepted proposal number – example: “Virtual Access – K17P0001.”
Please use the appropriate template below. Within each PowerPoint file are optional template pages. Please remember that you are only allowed one page per Virtual Presentation and that all Virtual Presentations must be submitted as a PDF:
|Aging & Society Conference||Arts in Society||Books, Publishing & Libraries|
|Climate Change: Impacts & Responses||Communication and Media Studies||Constructed Environment|
|Design Principles and Practices||Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations||e-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies|
|Food Studies||Global Studies||Health, Wellness & Society|
|The Image||The Inclusive Museum||Interdisciplinary Social Sciences|
|The Learner||New Directions in the Humanities||On Sustainability|
|Organization Studies||Religion in Society||Spaces & Flows|
|Sport & Society||Technology, Knowledge & Society||Tourism and Leisure Studies|