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Designing Your Poster. Important Elements. Design Tips. What elements should you include? ... Stand by your poster and explain your results. Bonus Points ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Designing Your Poster


1
Designing Your Poster
  • Important Elements
  • Design Tips

2
What elements should you include?
  • Key variables- Define key variables (if
    necessary). Include corresponding survey
    questions.

3
What elements should you include?
  • If you are using an index, the questions that
    compose the index should be included.

4
What elements should you include?
  • All hypotheses (if you are working in a group,
    you may need to select 3-6 key hypotheses from
    among group members)

5
What elements should you include?
  • A summary of the relevant information about
    variables included (ie. Frequency distribution,
    measures of central tendency, measures of
    dispersion).
  • Be sure to include appropriate charts (ie. Pie
    chart).
  • Comparisons to existing data may also be
    important (ie. in each Racial category in our
    sample versus Los Angeles County).

6
What elements should you include?
  • Results of your tests of significance and
    measures of association.
  • A brief statement of the meaning of these
    results.
  • Recommendations Create a table- (see next
    slide)

7
Sample Table
8
What elements should you include?
  • Key findings, interpretations or points that you
    want to highlight.

9
Interpolation
  • Did you investigate the question in greater depth?

10
Explanation of Results
  • Briefly, how do you explain your results?
  • Refer back to you your literature review in your
    explanation.

11
What elements should you include?
  • All of your names, institutional affiliation,
    date, and purpose (Soc 433/A Survey Methods
    Poster Presentation)

12
Your Presentation
  • Stand by your poster and explain your results.

13
Bonus Points
  • For up to two extra bonus points for the exam,
    bring at least two friends, relatives, professors
    or strangers to the presentation.
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