A detailed poster with a short description (2 minutes or less) is included in the poster presentation. This is a unique way of communicating when participants present their presentation as a poster, diagram or collage.
Presenting a poster involves selecting the relevant content for the poster, designing the poster, editing the relevant content for the poster and presenting it effectively.
Most students use poster presentations during their studies to improve their ability to communicate accurately. Grab the audience’s attention quickly.
The following elements must be included in a good poster:
Virtual presentations involve as many listeners as possible. These presentations are conducted virtually using PowerPoint presentations. Participants connect via Zoom call, Webex, Cisco or other means to ensure effective dissemination of results.
Virtual presentations offer greater scalability and compete with many distractions, but they have their own character. To access a virtual conference, there must be a link to
The webinar presentation is also in the form of a virtual presentation. An important factor for a successful webinar is the preparation of the presentation. Webinar presentations are visual images and for a practical webinar an effective presentation is required.
“Our left brain wants to see a clear, logical structure, while the right brain wants to see visual cues, slides, etc.”
Planning for coherence and design
For webinars, we need a good introduction, main body and conclusion. The introduction of a webinar can take just a few minutes with a strong cover image, logistics, presentation slides and a summary image.
Organize presentations into a logical format so that they make sense to the audience.
Time, geography, and moving from problem to solution were key content.
Conclusion describes the end of the presentation with good content.
Finally, list all the points you want to address in the webinar. Plan an agenda with appropriate Q&A and polls to connect with the audience and get feedback that will be useful for future presentations.
Finally, talk about what will follow, i.e. upcoming events.