Oral Presentation Guidelines:
Poster presentation guidelines
The posters should be mounted in the poster board according to the assigned poster number in the designated areas. During the poster session, the presenter must be present in front of the poster to explain the work. The poster should be prepared on the provided poster template available in the following link https://brri.portal.gov.bd/site/page/3dc4c16f-6932-4740-aefa-94e346a075fa). The size of the poster should be A0 (841 x 1189 mm) or (33.1 x 46.8) inch.
Presenter Tips for Engaging with Audiences
Planning Your Presentation
Heading: A full title and name(s) of author(s) should be given at the top of your display. These should be the same as that printed in the program, and the font size for these should be legible from 3-6 feet (1-2 meters).
Legibility and Visual Impact: Viewers will usually stand 3-6 feet (1-2 meters) from your display. Text, captions and figure legends should be at least 18-point, but 24-point is better. Graphs and tabular data should be at least 24-point. Use a font that is easy to read, such as Arial. Very selective highlighting of your major points in high contrasting colors or bold print can improve your presentation. Please avoid using red and green hues on the same figure, because 8% of men and 0.4% of women have some red/green impairment.
Simplicity: To encourage viewers to read your poster, make your display easy for the viewer to understand. Avoid excessive detail in the text or complex graphs and tables with excessive numbers. An effective display is a series of brief statements and supporting illustrations that tell a story. The flow of your story should be clearly indicated with distinct columns, letters, numbers, or arrows. Remember, posters are not manuscripts. Limit text to the essentials. If detailed explanation is required, prepare a handout of this information and have copies available in an envelope attached to the bottom of the poster board. Also, the poster should be self-explanatory. Viewers must be able to follow and understand your display when you are not present.