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Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Exhibit



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2019 Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Exhibit (Flyer)
Friday, April 5, 2019
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm*
Executive Dining Room, Campus Center 2nd Floor
 
*presenters-only session from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

RSVP by 04/01/2019

Contact Yao Hill (yao.hill@hawaii.edu, 808-956-4283) for more information.


Call for Proposals & Reviewers Open!
Deadline: Wednesday, Feb 27, 2019, 11:59 pm
The Assessment Office invites UH Mānoa faculty and staff to submit a poster proposal for our 2019 Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Exhibit. Programs at any phase in the assessment cycle are welcome.

View proposal requirements and selection criteria

Preview proposal submission form


PURPOSE and FEATURES


The Mānoa Assessment Office (AO) seeks to improve student learning through academic program assessment. At Mānoa, assessment is faculty-driven and faculty-supervised. The AO hosts poster exhibits for faculty to share successful assessment strategies, gather ideas for curricular and co-curricular assessment, and network with others. Faculty and staff interested in program learning assessment are encouraged to attend!

The Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Exhibit features

  • Tools and techniques for program learning assessment
  • Various ways to engage faculty
  • How to use assessment for improvement

POSTER PREPARATION
& PRESENTATION TIPS


Creating an Effective Poster

For tips and tools for designing an engaging poster, please review our Best Strategies to Create Effective Posters.

Poster Templates

We strongly encourage using one of our poster templates. Feel free to download and modify them to fit your poster's needs.

Template ATemplate A Download

Template BTemplate B Download

Template CTemplate C Download

Template DTemplate D Download

Template E Template E Download Template F Template F Download

Printing Options

UHM Marketing and Publication Services
~$83 for 40" x 60" ($5.00 per square foot) plus a $15 setup fee. You can choose either matte or gloss paper. The standard turnaround time is 2-3 business days, however, pending on their production service, they might be able to print within 1 business day. Please save your file as a PDF with the correct size needed for printing. Contact Chanel Meadows at bcm@hawaii.edu or 956-4969.

Pacific Biosciences Research Center (PBRC)
$75 for 40 x 54. Lamination for an additional $40. Email them at posters@pbrc.hawaii.edu. Fill a request at http://www5.pbrc.hawaii.edu/cnsf/posters/. Be sure to put your departmental address if you want the department to pay for it.

CTAHR poster printing service
The cost is $10/foot. A 52"x38" poster is $43.33. The instructions and reservation information can be found here: http://cms.ctahr.hawaii.edu/it/PosterPrinting.aspx Since our poster exhibit and CTAHRs student poster symposium take place around the same time, please make the printing appointment early, or they may be unable to accommodate your request.

FedEx/Kinkos
$129.99 for 36 x 48. This is a smaller size than our templates (38" x 52"). See price updates at http://www.fedex.com/us/office/poster-printing.html?lid=posterpic_SnBpage_posters

Free option.
You may print your poster in sections on letter-sized papers and paste all the pieces back into a coherent one-piece poster (similar to a puzzle). Although results may not be as nice as other for-fee printing options, it is FREE!

Directions:

  1. Save your completed poster as an Adobe PDF document.
  2. Open the PDF document.
  3. Go to File > Print (or ctrl+p)
  4. Under > Paper Sizing > Handling, select > 'Poster'.
  5. Leave the Tile Scale at 100% and Overlap at 0.005 in.
  6. Check Cut Marks. Do NOT check Tile only Large Pages, and Labels.
  7. Print the document and assemble.

Professional consultation is available to help you create the poster. For more information, contact Yao Hill at airo@hawaii.edu or (808) 956-4283.

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For more information about the poster exhibit, contact Yao Hill at airo@hawaii.edu or (808) 956-4283.