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Poster Presentations: Why Poster Presentations?

What is a Research Poster?

Simply put, a research poster is a visual representation of your research.  Posters are typically presented at academic conferences or academic events such as Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Prescott Campus Discovery Day.  Posters should be concise, clear, visually appealing, and should be stand-alone (someone reading the poster should be able to fully understand the research without any additional presentation or explanation). 

Discovery Day Poster Presentation

Photo provided by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Why Present a Poster?

Presenting your poster can benefit you by:

  • Expanding your understanding of your own research
  • Giving you public speaking experience
  • Helping you with networking and making connections in your field
  • Building your resume 

Personal Help

At any point during the research process, the library and librarians are here to help. 

You can chat with us Monday through Thursday, from 9am to 8pm or Fridays from 9am to 3pm.

You can email us any time, and we'll get back to you.

You can make an appointment so we can sit down with you and give you in-depth help.