Develop Poster from Presentation Content
- Durum: Closed
- Ödül: $50
- Alınan Girdiler: 4
- Kazanan: d3stin
I am transitioning a presentation into a poster for an upcoming conference--I would like to divide the poster's content into 4 sections: 3 sections for material in presentation divided into concept, execution and management. The 4th section would be the text that provides background information like the abstract, introduction, references...etc (you'll get more details based upon the requirements below). I am also attaching portions of the presentation that include the content--this needs to be condensed so your creativity will be much appreciated--please feel free to ask as many clarifying questions as needed.
● The layout of your poster is entirely up to you. Although all posters usually contain the
same research elements, there is not a standard way of creating the poster design.
● You can create printed 1-sheet posters or create a poster layout using individual pieces.
Both options are common and appropriate.
Posters should be easy to read and should not be crowded. Only essential information should be included. Be concise. Text should be legible and in dark print. Include graphs, tables, illustrations and photos. You are limited by the 60” by 40” poster space (the physical poster will be attached to a foam board that is 60x40--so the poster needs to be just a bit smaller).
TITLE: Your title announces you and your work from a distance and should be printed in letters
that are 1-2 inches high. It should be followed by the name(s) of the student author(s), faculty
sponsor(s) and the academic institution.
Title = "Reverse Engineering Cybersecurity Professionals"
Name = Jim Smith III
Institution = University of Maryland University College
HEADINGS: Main headings can be used to carry essential information and provide a “take home” message.
Step 1 = Community Stakeholder Model: This is the process model that has the customer, educator/service provider, employer, funder, individual/affinity groups--with KP in the middle. I would like a more appealing depiction of this model and this graphic will be presented under this heading (I may add a small amount of text below the title--just a teaser line to provide more context for the title)
Step 2: Service Delivery Network (Talent Pipeline) - This is the pipeline picture that shows the actors from the community stakeholder model above--I would like a more graphically appealing depiction of a pipeline to showcase the actors by phase
Step 3: KP Professional Maturity Model: This is the graphic that provides the structure for how we track an individual's development for a particular skill (the example includes communication)--step 2 and step 3 can be combined if you can do it in a creative way to save space and to be efficient--slide 7 is a rough example of how this can be combined in theory--please improve upon this design)
Step 4: Defining Requirements for Cybersecurity Career (slide 9): Vulnerability Assessment and Mgmt was the occupation selected--the right side shows the actual KSAs for this specific career
Step 5: Executing and Monitoring: We want to show that we work with partners to develop a development plan for our students and monitor their ongoing development.
The following sections should all be contained in the same area of the poster--I will provide text for Introductions, Abstract, Methods, Discussions and Conclusions and references shortly--but for now please use mock data to get the layout structured. You can find the info of what will be included below:
INTRODUCTIONS: A succinct synopsis of the relevant theoretical background should be
ABSTRACT: A brief summary of your study should be included in your poster.
METHODS: Describe subjects, design, tasks and procedures. Your variables should be clearly
DISCUSSIONS AND CONCLUSIONS: Provide a concise explanation of the significance of your
results in the context of the theoretical background developed in the introduction.
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