Category Archives: Poster Presentation

Poster presentations have become more popular at conferences in all faculties. Simply put, a poster presentation can allow for a visual display of a research topics/theses in a more concise and or fitting manner than a standard paper presentation. The advantages of poster presentation is that the viewer is themselves left to ‘interpret’ the content of the presentation, often in a more relaxed and even leisurely manner. We will be placing examples of such poster presentations done by arts-based/qualitative researchers in this section; so please do forward your images along with a description of works you’ve presented. Or, ask a question about making poster presentations.

The Dean’s Graduate Student Research Conference/Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, March 2006

Michael J. Coulis The text posted below appeared in a poster presentation I took part in at OISE/UT in 2006. I  stress that the dimensions of this particular poster presentation are not typical. I do hope other of our researchers … Continue reading

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Vicki Macris The Art of Citizenship

The Art of Citizenship Presented to the ABR-Discussion Group, February 4, 2010 For the Global Citizenship Poster project, I have chosen to break away from the standard use of computer generated images and graphics.  Instead, I have utilized my artistic … Continue reading

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