Oral Presentation of your e-Poster
Congrats, if your poster has been selected for a 2 minutes oral presentation during the World Conference for CDG Families and Professionals! If you need assistance please contact us.
Presenting a scientific poster is a great way to share your research at a conference, interact with fellow researchers, and get instant feedback on your work. It also serves as a valuable networking opportunity and allows you to forge relationships for future collaborations.
Tips for the oral presentation of your poster, and maximize the benefits of presenting.
- prepare a 2 minutes presentation focused on Why, what and how of your research
- use lay language making easier for the public to read and understand your research
- Create an outline and draft of your content that is easy to digest. Your audience doesn’t have much time to spend on each poster. Make it as easy as possible for them to quickly understand the story you’re trying to tell.
Follow these tips to make your poster oral presentation easier to digest:
- Secure a catchy title containing relevant keywords to help the audience quickly recognize the topic and interest.
- Keep your methods to a brief overview instead of including detailed protocols.
- Use and explain figures or less, choosing only the most interesting data that are critical to support your conclusion.
- Use and explain diagrams to illustrate complex concepts.
- Be concise and only include the essential details required to grasp the whole story.
- Ensure that the content can be presented in 2 minutes at a comfortable, conversational pace.
- Use short sentences and paragraphs.
- Choose simple words (e.g. “use” instead of “utilize”).
- Proofread, proofread, proofread. Then ask a friend to!
A poster session is an opportune time for networking and sharing your research, so you should make the most of it.
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