Printing Information

Preparing and Presenting for Intersections

SOURCE works with several campus partners to provide these workshops to prepare you for making and presenting your poster.  We are grateful to each of these participating campus colleagues for sharing their time and expertise.  SOURCE encourages you to review the workshop selections and attend those that will help you in this important part of your research experience. 

Improving Presentation Skills and How to Make a Poster

Jennifer DeSantis, Assistant Director of Academic Resources, Student Success

April 9, 4 to 5 p.m.

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This session will be conducted via Zoom and the Zoom address is noted in handshake.


KSL Poster Review Group Consultation

(This session requires a poster draft

Amanda Koziura, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship

April 13, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

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This session will be conducted via Zoom and the Zoom address is noted in handshake.


Giving Elevator Pitches on Video 

Need tips for your Intersections and class presentations in video format? This workshop is for you! 

Led by Drs. Bill Doll, Barbara Burgess-Van Aken, and Sarah DeSwart, this session offers valuable advice on: 

  • Explaining a complex research project cogently and succinctly
  • Maximizing the potential of the video format
  • Strategies for answering questions about their research

For further information contact Barbara Burgess-Van Aken at

Register to attend on handshake. This session will be conducted via Zoom. The zoom link will be available in handshake.

April 17, 12:45 - 2 p.m.


Printing Your Poster

Poster printing locations have changed, so please review your options and pay attention to deadlines for these resources.  SOURCE encourages that posters be printed on non-glossy regular paper, which is acceptable for Intersections (and also sustainable!).   However, SOURCE recommends that you discuss with your mentor to find out their expectations regarding poster paper and ink quality.  Printing costs are not covered by SOURCE.  In April, you will have a 4'(height) X6'(width) board assigned to you. Your poster should not be larger than 40"X60". In December it is important that you print your poster no larger than the size you chose on your registration form (32"x40" or 40"x60").

Printing Your Poster Options


If you have questions regarding the workshops and/or poster print options, please direct them to  


  • University Logos: To access these logos, you will need to enter your network id and password when prompted.
  • SOURCE Logo (NOTE: Use of the SOURCE logo is not required.)