Presenter | ePoster tips

Presenting your ePoster

A Poster is a visual medium that you use to communicate a key idea related to your research. It presents that idea in a verbal and graphic way.

Unlike an oral presentation, a poster does (most) of your talking – but the great thing about the OnAIR portal is that you too can present and discuss your poster like never before!

There are several advantages to presenting a poster:

  • Posters can be viewed at any time. Your Poster will be available throughout the conference in the dedicated Resource Gallery. These will be available to be viewed 1 week prior to and 3 months post conference.
  • Viewers can “absorb” the presentation in their own time/way.
  • You will have the ability to not only share with viewers your poster but engage with delegates via the Q&A function. Delegates can view your poster and then type any questions they may have for you to reply to via text.

Electronic posters (ePosters) will be available for viewing for the duration of the conference in the Resource Gallery. Posters will also be made available to be viewed 1 week prior to the conference and 3 months after the conference in the online platform.

The layout of your ePoster is at your discretion, however, brevity and clarity are the essence of a good ePoster. The aim of ePosters is to display your project or an idea in a concise form, enabling delegates to grasp the essentials of the subject in a short time frame.

We recommend a 16:9 ratio landscape poster in PDF.
Your ePoster should be less than 20MB.

It is critical you check your ePoster on a computer other than the one you use to create the ePoster. This allows you to check any images or tables are embedded correctly and the layout and fonts transfer as you want.

Posters will be uploaded as received. Please ensure you fully proof your ePoster before submitting it.

Preparing your ePoster

Please see the example poster template below.  Note this is a VERY simplified template, you are encouraged to add detail and colour and you shoudl not feel restricted by the text boxes used.  This template is simply to assist authors to understand the dimensions of the poster.

CD Poster Template

Click ‘Design’ followed by ‘Slide Size’ as shown in the image below.






Click ‘Custom Slide Size’ and the below slide settings will appear, ensure your slide settings match.







Click images to enlarge.

Remember to save a PDF version of your poster slide and check it’s appearance before submitting it.

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