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WRT 205/209: Public Discourse & the Writing of Science (Spring 2020): Poster Resources

Resources for Creating a Poster

Tips & Concepts:

How to Create a Research Poster: Poster Basics from the NYU Libraries

Colin Purrington's Designing Conference Posters

Design/Software Help:

Syracuse University subscribes to LinkedIn Learning (formerly:  Lynda.com), an instructional database, whose many tutorials include some that allows you to learn design, publishing, and other skills useful in producing your poster. Click here to access LinkedIn Learning with your NetID

See also the database of ebooks and tutorials called Skillsoft (handy gateway to various current lessons and how-to advice on softwares like Indesign, PowerPoint, or Photoshop OR search the term, "presentations," in that training database for further guidance on the hard and soft skills tied to putting together presentations.

Printing Options:

A 36" wide plotter printer is available on the first floor of Bird Library.

Cuse Copy Center (Located in the lower level of the bookstore) (315-443-3455) is operated by Ricoh USA.  They offer a wide format color printer capable of producing high-resolution signs, banners, wall coverings, wraps and more for indoor or outdoor advertising and point-of-sale displays.