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Hello everyone, and welcome to the new inDesign tutorial series. In this series I will be teaching you how to make academic posters with InDesign CS6. If you go to conferences as a scientist or engineer you often need to bring your own poster to present your research. I think most people don't really enjoy making posters so if you look at posters on the internet or on conferences where you are going most of the times it's just a big wall of text and not very nice to look at. So I want you to remember that posters are something visual. So in this tutorial I will not only talk about how to get the right amount of text but also how to get a very nice flow and layout and also how to use figures and graphics to make your poster very attractive. If you need to make a poster for a conference I really hope you see this as an opportunity to design something, to create something, to be a little bit of an artist. Even if you are a scientist, I think every one can have a lot of fun making a poster and it's great if it looks very nice in the end. Because a great poster will also help to also promote your research. So in this course I will be helping you to make a great poster. But before we start making the poster I want you to consider some key things before you open up InDesign. First of all you should really figure out who is attending the conference. It is a very specialised conference on e. G. neuro science or a particular group of organisms? Or has the conference a very broad field? So depending on that you will have some experts from your field or you will have general students of professors from other fields as well and you need to adjust the style and information in your posters accordingly. So if the conference is for a general audience, you want to keep it very simple and don't use special terms that only people from your field are using. Secondly figure out the actual dimensions of your poster. On conferences you get only one specific wall, where you can put your poster on and if your poster is to big you will not be able to hang it on your poster wall. So usually posters are in A1 or A0 and also think about if the poster needs to be in landscape or if it can be in the normal orientation. You will find those informations on the conference website or if you apply for a conference. Now as you know the size and orientation of your poster it's really important that you make a draft so take out a pice of paper and make a rough sketch with what you want to put on your poster and also what sections you want to have. Like introduction, materials and methods and how much space they should take on your poster. Normally the results section should have the biggest space on the poster. And as we are making a poster in this tutorial as well I have done this for the poster we will make. So you should have an idea what your layout should look like and what contents should go on your poster. It's really key here to concentrate your research to the most important points only, because if you don't do this you will end up with a wall of text. Also try to keep it to 300 words total on your poster if you end up with 400, well thats all right but if you really go above 400 you need to scrape something away. So really try here to aim for 300 words and don't forget that the poster should be a lot move visual and not written like a thesis with a lot of words. Now as you have figured out what you want to put on your poster you should also discuss it with your supervisor. And then one last important point is that you should not worry to much about details now. The first step is as we have our draft, to get our text and figures into InDesign. To get a basic overview if our layout idea works and how everything looks together. And then we can work on the details and polish the poster and really choose the right font size, choose the right font and so on, work on all the edges. So make sure to get the contend on the poster first and then tweak all the layout things and make everything look nice. All right I hope you will keep this checklist in mind and in the next video I will show you some posters I made and also talk about how to get inspired to create your own poster and own style. So click here for the next video!.
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Hello every one! Today we will continue working on our poster. And I would recommend if you have a department at your University to also take a look at posters that other people made. And especially take a look at the text sizes and pick a poster were you like the text size, and the spacing and the general layout. I would also recommend to take a ruler and actually measure the text size and also the distances between the objects. SO you can copy those exact sizes into InDesign. So now let's get started with the poster. For InDesign you need to figure out how big your poster should be. In this case we will make an A0 poster. You find the dimensions of the paper for example on wikipedia. I will have a link in the description below. Now let's go back to InDesign and in here we create a new document. This one should be of cause for print. In this case we don't need facing pages and one page is enough. The paper size should be A0 this is not in here, so we need to type in the values. Double check that those values are correct. Next we could set up the column but we will do this later. However the margins we can already set those up in here. Those will be the space between the actual poster and the space to the border of the paper. So in this case 25mm should be fine. If you are working with inches and things like that you can also write them in here and ad the uni inch. And InDesign will convert those automatically to your default unit. We can click on OK. And the first thing you want to do is to save this document. I always like to add a version one, version two and so on so I have always backups of the original files. We click on save. I have prepared as I have recommended in a video before a little draft. So we can import this in here. This is just a picture I took. Normally you don't need to import this but for you so you can follow along I will put it in here as well. So this is the basic layout of the poster. You see here I want to have a 3 column layout with the main projects. We also want to lock this layer and create a new one. And the poster itself if about the GeneStream project This will be a project were 4 PhD students will be working on to get their Dr degree. And I will be one of them. So the main goal of the poster is to introduce the project it self to show our project leader and also our project partners and give a little introduction. And then to introduce each project in quite some detail and also the person who is mainly working on this project. Then of cause we have a link to the website and acknowledgements. As we have a 3 column layout we should insert some lines in here. And we can do this under [Layout] -> [Margins and Columns. ] And in this case we would like to have 3 like this. And the gutter, so the spacing between those should be 2 cm. well, maybe 15 mm (spacing) is already enough. We can change those things later on. Click on OK. And here we have our basic layout. If you would have a more classical poster like this one here We actually would have a 5 column layout so those would be 2 columns and this one here 3 to give it a nice layout. In this case the materials and methods and the background should not take the main space of the poster this is more result oriented and for the discussion and conclusion. But in this case we will go with a 3 column layout. and we can start to insert a background. So we make sure that those are snapping nicely to the edges. In this case we have under [view] -> [grids and guides]. the smart guides activated, so this way everything snaps into place at certain ancerpoints. We can select this one here this is just a box. And we give in a nice color. Let's switch this one to RGB. And let's select maybe a nice blue. In this case this is for the border, so we switch it. So maybe something like this is fine for now. We can go to this layer and lock this one as well. And we put it for now into the background. Now we can add some text in here. So therefore we need a new layer. This will be our text layer, we put it on top. And we just start to drag out some text boxes. In this case this will be for the main headline. Then we will have a sub headline and also an area for the main authors. And also some contact information. Let's hide our draft for the moment and zoom in and write some text. For the headline I would recommend a text size of around 100-90 pt. And we change the font and we can make this bold. In this case I would increase the text size. This should be fine for now. At this point you don't need to vorry to much about this things. We can always change it later. Next we have this one here. In here you can add your authors. And you see now the font is changed again so to avoid this, we want a consistent fond across the whole poster. We should define a standard font in here. We click on the paragraph styles. Click on this one "NEW" and we name it "font". I'n this one we go on edit and go on basic character formats. And in here we set the font "myriad pro". Click on OK. And the headline, we can also create a new paragraph style for this one. Call this one headline. And if we go on edit we can make this one based on font. So it will always have the font that I set in the paragraph style "Font". For the authors and people to respond to maybe a text size of 50 pt is quite nice. Now I would think we should increase the size a little bit so all names do fit one here. Like this. And actually the Green on the Blue is not very nice to look at so let's change the color in here. We can double click on this and change the color for example to Red. Also you might want to change the names in here. So this will be our text Layer, and the rest is fine for now. Of cause we also want to define this one as a new paragraph style as well. Now we also need a sub headline. And for now this can be the same size. We will tweak those things later on. Let's arrange them how they would be on the final poster more or less. And over here there should be a small logo. So we put a box as a placeholder in here as well. And for figures and logos you should always use a separate layer, to keep everything organised. Like this. And if you want to move something to a new Layer, just drag an drop. Yes, this is unfortunately Green again. So we double click and change the color on this as well. We can also place a placeholder in here for a little university logo. Let's increase the size again. And now we need to redefine the style. This way the changes are applied to this paragraph style. If we now take a look at our draft we see that we have kind of a figure in here and also we want to have a small abstract. So in this case we can hide it again. And we first going to create a new layer and this one will be for text boxes. And this one can stay Green. So now we're going to create a basic text box. This will be for the introduction. And you might want to give this one another color. For example a nice orange to make it more visible. We can change all of those things later on. And for now we don't have a border. The really nice thing about InDesign is that you can give boxes very nice corners. So in here we can for example set 15 mm and we change the corner style of the box to round. This way it does get round corners on each side. Let's take a look at this in preview. Maybe we can increase this to 20 mm also. But those are details you can always change later on. Next we want to have our placeholder. This will be the pyramid thing That we put in here, a picture like this. Of cause we should move this one to the figures layer. Actually let's change the color of this one to maybe a dark Blue, jup. Next we can copy this one here. And have some informations about the project coordinator. And we can give this one maybe a nice blue. That is a little bit darker than the background. Maybe like this. Of cause you should make sure it is in text boxes. On the side there will be more information about the project it self. So some ext saying that we have 4 PhD projects and that they will be explained below and that all projects are quite interconnected. Next we can place our projects. By the way I am copying those things by pressing [ALT] when I drop it. And we can just give this one a nice size. We need some space down here for later. But this should be fine for now. Below here we need another text box. This one will be for the project website. And then we need another box for acknowledgements and all the project partners. Let's also add some space for pictures. We go to the Figure / Logos layer. And in here we just drag out some boxes. So here I would take a picture of every person that is responsible. And also we want to have nice picture for each project. We should make sure that those have a good size, so the border between the picture it self and the side of this box should be 10 mm, so let's zoom in in here. And we make sure that this one is right aligned, so it has the right size. So this is the width. And we're going to copy this and subtract 20 mm So instead of a 5 we have here 3. Now this box has the right size. We can now centre it in the middle. This is done by smart guides. And here we will have our picture in the end. We can also copy this one. The only thing that is missing now is the main text and to enter those you could do two things you can select the type tool and clicking one of those frames, to convert ti to an object where you can type in. However we're not going to do this right now. Instead we're going to switch the layer to text. And in this case we will drag a new text box above this layer. Because if we type in here the rounded corners will screw up our text layout. So we create a new text box and have this one on top. We don't need to worry to much about the alignment at this point. However what I would do now is go on text frame options and in here put a spacing of 10 mm on each side. Like this. And in here we will have our abstract. So the headline for example should be maybe the same size for now as our main authors. And then the basic text should be around 30 pt. In this case we're going to create a new style and call this one "basic text". We can now copy this one for all our boxes. I will take now some time to do some fine tuning and to add some text. You can add pictures, by just selecting them and dragging them into InDesign. Just click and hold to give it the right size. We can also put pictures directly into empty boxes. Like this. If you want to resize or manipulate the fitting of the pictures you can do this with those things here. Resizing it self can be done by double clicking in here and now you see it's Yellow around and by holding the shift key you will make sure that you don't change the proportions of the picture. All right I will do some layout stuff and we see us back in a few minutes. I find it always difficult to get the colors right so a good trick is to go to google docs and in here you have very nice colors. And we're going to take a screen shot of this we press [cmd]+[Shift]+ and we can select just these colors here. And then drop them into InDesign. We can put them on the side and select a nice color using the eye dropper tool. So we have here a nicer blue. We can also add some layout guides, but we want to put those on a separate layer. Let's call this one guides. And now we can from here just drag them down like this. And we clock them. This way we can align our objects on the same height. Like this. You might want to change the distances from the headlines and the normal text, and we can do this over here. We can maybe set this one to 7 mmm. like this. Or maybe 5 mm is already enough. And we want to redefine this over here. All right, here the basic layout is done. And now it's time to push this first idea to the other people who are working on this poster and to get some feedback and also some more text in it. I have changed some things. I did set the roundness on these boxes to 15 mm. And I also added some paragraph styles, some new ones for the figure descriptions. This one has the text size 24 pt. I will keep worrying on this poster and I will show you further results in one of the next videos. So you can click here and watch that video. Bye bye.
Posters at the Capitol is an opportunity for undergraduate students who have undertaken research projects mentored by faculty to show off their work, to show it off in a very public location, and to show it off in a location where the money that often supports those projects comes from, the legislature. It’s always nice to have some kind of recognition when you put this kind of time and effort into a project. Doing research with the University of Louisville as an undergrad has been a great opportunity for me. The fact that I have gotten to work so closely with other students, professors in the biology department and it’s been a great talking piece for applying to graduate schools as well. This event is to call attention to the legislators, to the importance of undergraduate research, to the overall curriculum, and it’s for their support for undergraduate curriculum and also for research. It’s also important to engage students in research because it helps with retention and graduation rates. Research has been a great opportunity and like I’ve said it’s been a lot of fun, I’ve really enjoyed it and it’s definitely made my career as an undergrad better all around.
Figure 3 displays types of exposure to thepossibly-related medical communications courses we were able to identify among the top-rankedMD (research), DNP, and PharmD programs. Rankings are according to US News & WorldReport. We categorized the courses based on whetherthey had a main focus on medical communications or, if they contained a related component,we further divided the courses based on what components they contained. Courses that contained multiple componentsare counted more than once among these categories. For more information on how these categorieswere defined and the limitations of this analysis, refer to our full poster. We identified a total of 65 possibly-relatedmedical communications courses among 27 MD, 17 DNP, and 13 PharmD programs. The 38 courses we were able to categorizeare displayed in this figure. Displayed on the left side of the figure,we were able to identify only 6 courses, 4 of which were from DNP programs, across all3 degree types that offered medical communications as a main focus, while 32 courses had medicalcommunications as a component. As shown on the right side of the figure,16 of 32 courses involved related lecture topics, 30 of 32 involved writing opportunities,and 10 of 32 involved publishing opportunities. PharmD programs stood out in this section,with 10 courses involving related lecture topics and 13 courses offering a writing opportunity;however, only 1 PharmD course mentioned the opportunity to publish. MD programs, on the other hand, seem to favorthe “learn by doing” approach, as only 2 courses involved exposure to medical communicationsthrough lecture topics, while 11 courses involved writing opportunities and 6 mentioned theopportunity to publish. To learn about the rest of our analyses andour conclusions, watch our other videos and view our full poster.
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