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Words of Wisdom

My God, this novel makes me break out in a cold sweat! Do you know how much I've written in five months, since the end of August? Sixty-five pages! Each paragraph is good in itself and there are some pages that are perfect. I feel certain. But just because of this, it isn't getting on. It's a series of well-turned, ordered paragraphs which do not flow on from each other. I shall have to unscrew them, loosen the joints, as one does with the masts of a ship when one wants the sail to take more wind...

— Gustave Flaubert

The focus of this workshop is helping students plan and compose a research poster. We review the basic contents most posters include, with an emphasis on audience awareness. We cover some basic elements of design, and we discuss briefly how to properly prepare for a poster presentation. In classes where Power Point is available, students can participate by evaluating sample posters.

 



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