Poster Basics. Sherry Wynn Perdue Oakland University Writing Center 212 Kresge Library (248) 370-3120 www.oakland.edu/ouwc. Rhetorical Purpose. Who is my audience? Mixed-discipline What is my purpose? To get my audience to read my paper and/or ask for more information
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Sherry Wynn Perdue
Oakland University Writing Center
212 Kresge Library
Acknowledge the limits of your influence: You have 30 seconds at a distance to convey your message.
Ask: If the viewer remembers only one thing about my work, what will it be?
Headings serve two purposes:
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