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Once you have added all of your content, there are still a few steps left both before and after submitting it for printing. First, you will want to proof your work for any errors or omissions before submitting the file for printing. After printing, you may also need to mount it. You will, of course, also need to present your work once it is completed. Below is an overview of these last few steps.
Tips for effectively evaluating your poster:
In order to display your poster, either in class or at a conference, you may need to mount it. As noted earlier, foam core boards and glue sticks are available at the Boston bookstore for just that purpose. Below are two videos detailing how to mount posters on both a flat foam core board and a tri-fold board.
See how to attach your printed poster to a flat piece of foam board. Sign in with your MCPHS Office 365 account to watch this video tutorial.
See how to attach your printed poster to a three-panel poster board. Sign in with your Microsoft Office 365 account to watch this video tutorial.
Here are some tips for having a successful presentation: