Research Presentations — Tips and Tools
As we frequently have opportunities to present the results of our University of Maine Cooperative Extension programs, we thought it would be useful to provide some examples of different ways we can present our work.
- Research-based poster presentations at regional or national meetings;
- PowerPoint presentations to the public or to peers;
- Informational displays for peers or governmental officials; or
- Program impact statements.
We hope you find these examples, templates, and tips helpful as you consider how you might want to present your work. Although this information is aimed at beginners, we hope that even experienced presenters will find our examples useful.
Please see John Jemison at email@example.com if you have further questions on these areas.
- Tips on creating conference posters and presenting papers: Conference Posters and Presentations: Posters page (The University of Maine Raymond H. Fogler Library website)
- Getting started. Who are you presenting to?
- Research Poster Presentation
- Informational Displays
- Program Impact Handout