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Jump on the iPoster Bandwagon in Denver

Wednesday, January 31, 2018 - 17:12

Among the newest trends at AAS meetings are iPosters: digital posters displayed on large LCD screens. After a popular beta-test in June 2017 in Austin, Texas, we followed up with successful iPoster sessions at the January 2018 meeting near Washington, DC.

iPosters

Will you be submitting an abstract for the upcoming 232nd AAS meeting in Denver, Colorado? Then you will definitely want to consider presenting an interactive, multimedia iPoster. Imagine including high-resolution expandable images, high-definition videos, audio narration, video interviews, viewer surveys, and more. Don’t be constrained by a 44-by-44-inch static paper poster — iPosters let you add as much text and media content as you need to present your research with all the detail it deserves.

Authoring iPosters is done online using easy-to-use, Web-based templates. You can log in from any computer, anywhere, to create and edit your presentation. Your iPoster will be displayed all week at the meeting on large-format HD touch screens and will be downloadable to smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers during the meeting and for six months after it concludes.

Learn more about iPosters. Send your comments and questions to Debbie Kovalsky, AAS Director of Exhibits and Development.

Debbie Kovalsky
Director of Exhibits and Development
American Astronomical Society (AAS)
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