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This guide has been developed to assist you with creating a research poster using MS Powerpoint.



Creating Posters: A Marriott Library Guide

If you are required to develop a poster of your research project for a class, senior project or any of the University’s research programs for students, then this Guide is for you. The Guide has been developed to assist you with creating a poster using MS Powerpoint. If you are required to make a verbal presentation, then check out Prezi and Alternative Presentation/Visualization Tools

Print it out!

After your poster has been completed you can print it at the Marriott Library Knowledge Commons.

Archive it!

You can also add the electronic version of your poster to USpace, the University Institutional Repository. Adding your poster to USpace provides you with future access to your poster. You can then insert a link to the poster into resumes and applications for employment, scholarships, grants and/or graduate schools.

Librarians love to help students

We want to work with you to make your class project an easier and fun experience.  You can learn about resources on your topic by looking at our online subject guides or by contacting a librarian in your specific subject area.

Additional resources to assist you

Visual Communication

Writing and Citing

About me -

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Daureen Nesdill
My office is in the Faculty Center (1705U) located on the first floor in the west entrance of the J. Willard Marriott Library.

My phone number is 801-585-5975. My office hours are Monday-Friday from 9am until 5pm. Please call or email first to make sure I'm available.

Data management, University and federal policies, repositories, campus storage options, research posters and electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) are my primary responsibilities.

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