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Why Present a Poster or Demo at Showcase 2007? Celebrate your unit's progress ... DAY OF SHOWCASE: Memorial Union doors open 7:00 a.m., Tuesday, March 27. OR ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Tuesday, March 27, 2007


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Tuesday, March 27, 2007 UW-Madison Memorial
Union 800 a.m. 100 p.m.
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Creating a Poster Exhibit / Technology Demo
  • For High Impact and Engagement

3
Agenda for Today
  • Identifying Content What to Present
  • Designing Presentation Designing to get Peoples
    Attention
  • Mechanics Putting Together the Poster

4
Introductions
  • Name
  • Work Unit
  • Have you ever been to Showcase before?

5
Showcase 2007Schedule-At-A-Glance
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Sample Layout of Great Hall
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Why Present a Poster or Demo at Showcase 2007?
  • Celebrate your units progress
  • Reflect on elements of your success
  • Connect with others from across campus
  • Help others learn from your experience to solve
    their challenges
  • Its FUN!

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Criteria for an Effective Poster / Demo
  • Demonstrate benefits to your unit and/or across
    campus
  • Show how the approach might be applied in other
    units

9
Highlight Accomplishments
  • Enhanced service to students, faculty, staff
  • Advanced the campus strategic priorities
  • Saved time and/or resources
  • Improved campus climate
  • Increased effectiveness and efficiency

10
Who Is My Audience?
  • Campus Leaders and Administrators
  • Academic Staff
  • Classified Staff
  • Faculty
  • Students

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Your Poster Content
  • What do you plan to highlight at Showcase?

12
Best Practices/Case Study TemplateDocumenting
Your Improvement
  • The Best Practices/Case Study template will help
    you document your project/process improvement
  • Once completed, you have a tool to organize your
    poster exhibit

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What Does a Typical Display Look Like?
Table Top Easel
32 x 40 foam core poster, 6 foot table
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Key Components
  • Clear explanation of process, purpose or
    improvement
  • Visual display of the project/process
  • Flowcharts
  • Before and after pictures
  • Graphs
  • Documentation of the impact
  • Best Practices/Case Study form
  • Focus on whats transferable

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Design Tips
  • Keep things simple
  • Use graphics
  • Limit the amount of text
  • Use fonts that are easy to read
  • To reformat text, colors, and objects, see handout

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Assembly Options
  • Cut and paste
  • Create your visual display using the PowerPoint
    template
  • Print each component in finished size
  • Attach components to poster board

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Assembly Options
  • One slide fits all
  • Use the Easy 3-Step Poster Process (see handouts
    or website)
  • Tri-Fold Poster Exhibit
  • Standard Size Poster Exhibit
  • Experiment with different colors and fonts
  • Create entire poster as one slide in PowerPoint
  • Have slide enlarged and printed to poster size
  • Attach poster to foam core board using spray
    mount

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A FIFTH-YEAR PROGRESS REPORT ON THE UW-MADISON
STRATEGIC PLAN To sustain and strengthen our
position of preeminence in research and
education. The Five
Priorities Promote Research Advance
Learning Amplify the Wisconsin Idea Accelerate
Internationalization Nurture Human
Resources Office of Quality Improvementwww.chanc
ellor.wisc.edu/strategicplan
  • Patents and licensing
  • Students studying abroad
  • UW-Madison has maintained its role among the top
    U.S. research universities, with research awards
    totaling 957.7 million for 2004-2005.
  • The campus received 654.3 million in federal
    research awards and 303.4 million in non-federal
    research awards.
  • Average time to degree and graduation rates
  • Bachelors degree recipients with one or more
    academic enrichment activity

Amplify the Wisconsin Idea
Promote Research
Advance Learning
Accelerate Internationalization
A Fifth-Year Progress Report on the Strategic Plan
Nurture Human Resources
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Insert Title Here In 1 or 2 Lines, 80-96 Point
Font Statement of Project HereNo More Than 2-3
Lines60-68 Point Easy to Read Font
Project Goals List 3 or 4 Main Goals Size 54
66 Point Font Titles Bolded and in Larger
Font ContactsUW Memorial Unionwww.union.wisc.e
du608-555-1234
  • Next Steps/Results
  • Insert a bulleted summary of the results.
  • (Example) The first year goals developed by the
    ONSP advisory board are gaining widespread
    support.
  • (Example) Applicant data is easily searchable
    and reports can be generated.
  • 2 5 bullet points in 36 -44 point font, the
    same size and font as the other sections.
  • Future Development
  • List of other departments, programs, or offices
    who have already adopted changes or new
    processes.
  • General ways to use this method of process
    improvement in other venues.
  • Need/Problem/ Opportunity Statement
  • (Example) Our opportunity is to create a campus
    learning environment that engages first year
    students.
  • (Example) Move graduate applications online and
    automate much of the process.
  • (Example) Condense the application systems for
    the different graduate schools into a single
    application.
  • 2 5 bullet points in 36 44 point font.
  • Process Improved/ Changes Made
  • (Example) Implemented a single web-based
    solution.
  • (Example) The College of Engineering has
    developed a Web-based graduate program
    application to condense the process.
  • 2 5 bullet points in 36 -44 point font, the
    same size and font as in the other sections.

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Sources for Materials
  • Art Supply or Book Stores
  • Copy Centers
  • On Campus Services

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On Campus Services
  • College Library New Media Center
  • http//college.library.wisc.edu/cmc/ 608-263-98
    89

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Showcase Handout Materials
  • Additional materials may be used to further
    explain or clarify your improvement
  • Completed Best Practices/Case Study form
  • 50-75 copies should be sufficient
  • Suggestion have a sign-up sheet available for
    materials that you may run out of.

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Showcase Technology
  • While planning your presentation, think about if
    you would like to bring a laptop, LCD, larger
    monitor, projection screen, etc. As Showcase
    approaches, we will be sending an email
    questionnaire regarding this information.
  • If you plan to use the internet, you must have a
    wireless connection, and a valid UW-Madison
    NetID.

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Showcase Set Up and Tear Down
  • DAY OF SHOWCASE Memorial Union doors open 700
    a.m., Tuesday, March 27
  • OR
  • DAY BEFORE SHOWCASEDrop off materials on
    Monday, March 26, 300-500 p.m., Langdon Room,
    Memorial Union
  • Exhibits/Demos should be fully setup in Great
    Hall, Memorial Union, by 745 a.m. on Tuesday,
    March 27
  • (Poster exhibits and demos displayed 800-1030
    a.m.)
  • Take exhibit/demo down by 300 p.m.

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  • To explore ideas for a poster exhibit, or for
    questions about the design or construction of
    your exhibit, please contact
  • Office of Quality Improvement
  • 608-262-6843
  • showcase_at_oqi.wisc.edu
  • Poster exhibit information is also available at
    http//www.oqi.wisc.edu/showcase/

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Showcase Contact
PJ Barnes Office Staff (608) 262-6843 pjbarnes_at_w
isc.edu showcase_at_oqi.wisc.edu
Office of Quality Improvement Contacts
Nancy Thayer-Hart (608) 263-6856 nthayerhart_at_wisc.
edu George Watson (608) 265-5122 gwatson_at_wisc.edu
Ann Zanzig (Home) (608) 278-1288 aezanzig_at_wisc.e
du
  • Maury Cotter
  • (608) 262-9313
  • mcotter_at_wisc.edu
  • Darin Harris
  • (608) 262-1289
  • djharris_at_wisc.edu
  • Kathy Luker
  • (608) 265-3761
  • kwluker_at_wisc.edu
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