Poster Session Guidelines
Deadline: Sunday, June 10
Targeted Poster Sessions combine the graphic display of materials with the opportunity for discussion of the research. Sessions are organized around a common theme or body of work. Presenters introduce their posters with brief opening statements and end the session with a panel discussion of the research. The remaining time allows attendees to visit posters. Although, not a requirement all targeted poster session presenters are urged to address the conference theme and/or general issues related to methodology of physics education research
If you would like to organize a Targeted Poster Session, please complete and submit the online proposal form.
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In completing the form you and your co-organizers will be required to:
Articulate a unifying theme that will be addressed by all of the posters in the session, and describe how this theme address the overall conference theme .
Identify at least three and no more than five individual poster presenters who will present posters describing their individual research pertaining to the session theme.
Prepare abstracts that describe not just the individual posters and also how these posters address the overarching theme of the session and the conference .
In planning your session, please keep the following guidelines in mind
The first 20-25 minutes for the discussant (organizer) to present the overarching theme and for the individual poster presenters to briefly describe their research which speaks to this theme.
For the next 40-45 minutes, participants walk around the room and interact with individual poster presenters. Please urge the participants to take the opportunity to circulate around the room and view all of the posters.
The last 20 minutes will be a panel discussion led by the discussant.
PERC 2007 Organizing Committee
PERC 2007 Webmaster
|Steve Kanim||N. Sanjay Rebello|
|Department of Physics, MSC 3D||Department of Physics|
|New Mexico State University||Kansas State University|
|PO Box 30001||116 Cardwell Hall|
|Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001||(785) 532-1539 office|
|(505) 646-1208 office||(785) 532-6806 fax|
|(505) 646-1934 firstname.lastname@example.org|
PERC 2007 Advisors
|Michael Loverude||David Hammer|
|Department of Physics, MH-611||Department of Physics|
|California State University Fullerton||University of Maryland, College Park|
|Fullerton, CA 92834||Physics 310|
|(714) 278-2270 office||(301) 405-8188 office|
|(714) 278-5810 email@example.com|
|Chandralekha Singh||Jose Mestre|
|Department of Physics & Astronomy||Department of Physics|
|University of Pittsburgh||University of Illinois Urbana Champaign|
|Pittsburgh, PA 15260||1110 W. Green Street|
|(412) 624-9045 office||Urbana, IL 61801-3080|
|(412) 624-9163 fax||217-333-0098|