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POSTERS: Track changes: reflecting on a transforming world

Convenors:
José Muñoz Albaladejo (CSIC)
Ana Ruiz-Blanch (Incipit-CSIC)
Location:
TBD
Start time:
15 April, 2019 at 16:30
Session slots:
2

Short abstract:

The poster session invites students and scholars to present their ongoing research projects and/or results centered on the congress theme of "Track Changes: Reflecting on a Transforming World" The questions addressed, their theoretical implications and/or practical goals can be represented in visually appealing and conclusive posters.

Long abstract:

The congress theme "Track Changes: Reflecting on a Transforming World" is ideally suited for the visual dimensions of posters which the organisers plan to showcase prominently, including a 'people's choice' award for the best poster and for the most creative poster. The poster session invites students and scholars to present their ongoing research projects and/or results centred on the congress theme. The questions addressed, their theoretical implications and/or practical goals can be represented in visually appealing and conclusive posters. Posters can be easily created using power point or other programs such as InDesign, guides and examples abound online. If in doubt, less words and more visuals are the way to go (keep the word count as low as 800 (or less!) words to achieve best readability. The focus should lie on the visualisation of the presented work and its results. The posters should be no larger than A1. Contributors of posters will be present during the posters's display times (to be announced in the program). That will be the moment when you get to supply all the words orally that you cut out of the presentation!