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Tell the Story of Your Research and Expertise
Visual representations of your research results can effectively communicate their significance and your expertise to your colleagues and the world.
Top Ten Slide Tips
From Garr Reynolds, communications consultant and author of best-selling books including the award-winning Presentation Zen, Presentation Zen Design, and the Naked Presenter.
Writing a Research Abstract
Guide to preparing for the abstract competition for a scientific meeting.
Figures, Tables and Other Images
Common Journal Requirements
- File type: JPG, TIFF; occasionally PDF or EPS
- Image Resolution: 300 ppi
- Labeling: Large enough to read. Many journals prefer simple fonts like Arial or Helvetica.
- Copyright information: you or FSU may retain copyright (recommended) or choose to give copyright to the journal (not recommended)
Finding, Using and Citing Others' Images
If an image is in the public domain, you do not need to request permission to use it; otherwise, the copyright holder must agree that you may use the image. Either way, credit the creator of the image.
Fabric Conference Posters
Blog and comments on creating inexpensive, wrinkle-free, travel-friendly conference posters made of cloth
Poster guidelines developed by College of Medicine faculty