Poster PresentationPoster Presentation provides an opportunity for effective one-to-one communication. To make a successful poster presentation, please be sure to review the following instructions:
1. Poster Presentation Instructions
- Abstract of poster presentation should be submitted via Online Submission System. Please mark "For poster presentation" in the NOTE box, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org for confirmation.
- The recommended poster size is 160cm (height) ×60cm (width). Please design your Poster based on the size as "MLIS Poster Template".
- To ensure visual effectiveness of your poster, use large lettering and a minimum of text. Meticulous checking is required in all posters for typographic and grammatical mistakes and image (usage of color) quality.
- Put your poster up at least 1 hour prior to the start of the poster session.
- Each presenter is required to stand by his/her poster for a better communication with other participants.
- All presenters are responsible for removing their posters after presentation time. The Secretariat takes no responsibility for posters after that.
2. Best Poster Presentation Selection
- Best Poster Presentation will be selected, please ensure your Paper ID (ML****) is shown correctly on the header of your poster.
- This award consists of free registration to the next MLIS Conference and a certificate signed by Conference Chair. Results will be demonstrated on MLIS official website.
- Research Quality
- Presentation Skill
- 10 judges will be invited by the Conference General Chair to review the posters;
- 2 red stickers and 2 green stickers will be provided to the judges. The red sticker stands for "Research Quality" with a value of 2 points; the green sticker stands for "Presentation Skill and Design" with a value of 1 point;
- Each judge will give the stickers to the poster which he/she thinks is high quality or well design and good presentation;
- The Chair will count the points from each poster and select the best poster(s) with more points. If there is a tie, the one with more red (Research Quality) stickers wins; if there is still a tie, the Chair will make the final decision.