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Final Project Outline (16/11/2009 ). Dr. Ahmad BinTouq E-mail: [email protected] URL: http://faculty.uaeu.ac.ae/~abintouq GEO 321: (GISI) Geographic Information Systems. Outline your content. An effective presentation includes: Problem statement: what are you investigating?

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Final project outline 16 11 2009

Final Project Outline(16/11/2009)

Dr. Ahmad BinTouq

E-mail: [email protected]

URL: http://faculty.uaeu.ac.ae/~abintouq

GEO 321: (GISI) Geographic Information Systems


Final project outline 16 11 2009

Outline your content. An effective presentation includes:

Problem statement: what are you investigating?

Problem context/literature review (optional depending on space available)

Methodology: how did you go about doing your research?

Discussion of data

Conclusion

Directions for further research


Final project outline 16 11 2009

An Overview

  • What software should I use when preparing my poster?

  • The most accessible and universal software for preparing your poster is Microsoft PowerPoint. It is installed on all computers in the general purpose computing labs.


Poster proposal

Poster Proposal

  • http://www.clarku.edu/activelearning/present/posterdesign.cfm

  • See steps on the website


Final project outline 16 11 2009

  • STEP 1:

  • Think about what size you’d like your poster to be, and actually look at a piece of paper at that size. You may need to modify the size after you work out your content. Also think about whether you want it in landscape or portrait format.

  • STEP 2: Outline your content. An effective presentation includes

  • Problem statement: what are you investigating?

  • Problem context/literature review (optional depending on space available)

  • Methodology: how did you go about doing your research?

  • Discussion of data

  • Conclusion

  • Directions for further research


Final project outline 16 11 2009

http://www.clarku.edu/offices/its/academictechnology/posterfaq.cfm

Example

http://www.clarku.edu/departments/hero/pdfs/polsky_research_product_ipswich_vuln_to_drought.pdf


Final project outline 16 11 2009

Thank You


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