You should create your poster so that it maximizes the viewing screen. Generally a 16:9 landscape ratio will make the best use of viewing on the computer screen. Please use the highest resolution image that you can. There is no file size restriction.
You will be asked to record a brief presentation of your poster on your task page. This will be recorded directly in the system after your poster is uploaded and will take the place of presenting your poster on-site. The audio presentation will be taken into consideration for the purposes of poster awards.You will have a maximum of 5 minutes recording time for your pitch.
To record your audio: Click the image of your uploaded poster, then click the blue START RECORDING button to record. You may see a popup message when you click the button asking you for permission to access your microphone. When you speak into your microphone, the grey 'volume' bar will light up green if audio is being detected. The louder you speak, the more green you will see. If the bar does not turn green, then your microphone is not picking up any sound.
If you wish your poster to be considered for the best poster awards, you must upload your final poster to ACLP’s online ePosters gallery no later than October 15. Posters uploaded after this date will not be included in competition. If you are not entering your poster into the competition, upload it by October 31. Instructions on how to upload your poster are available on your speaker task page.
Questions and discussion will be activated for posters starting November 12. Please check back regularly to respond to questions and participate in discussion of your poster.