XDOC2009 Conference posters (2 cr)

Study level:
Postgraduate studies
Grading scale:
Pass - fail
Responsible organisation:
Centre for Multilingual Academic Communication
Curriculum periods:
2024-2025, 2025-2026, 2026-2027, 2027-2028


Poster presentations represent an interactive and visual way of showcasing research at conferences. Generally less formal than traditional presentations, they allow for opportunities to engage with other conference attendees in a low-pressure, feedback-conducive environment. In this course we will examine effective examples of conference posters. Participants will then learn how to create and present a poster based on their own research.

Learning outcomes

On completion of the course, participants are expected to…

  • be aware of the professional significance of conference poster presentations
  • plan a poster presentation for a conference in their respective fields
  • be able to communicate their research clearly and succinctly
  • be aware of different interactional strategies when presenting their poster

Additional information

For any questions concerning this course, please contact the course-specific responsible teacher and not the curriculum-level responsible teacher whose contact information you see on this page. You can find the course teachers and their contact information by going to Completion methods -> Teaching -> Basic Information. 

Completion methods

Method 1

Evaluation criteria:
80% attendance, class participation, and submission of all required assignments.
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Parts of the completion methods

Participation in teaching (2 cr)

Participation in teaching
Grading scale:
Pass - fail