Poster Session Guidelines
Innovative Users Group Conference 2006

Fourteenth Annual
Innovative Users Group Conference

Friday May 19 - Monday May 22, 2006
Denver, Colorado

Poster Session Guidelines

Poster sessions provide a complement to the conference programs to depict implementation of practices or enhancements made by users to their Innovative systems.  They may be graphical representations of some kind of project or practice. You can use photos, charts, graphs, artwork--anything that works with the topic that is presented. Use the poster to advertise your research. Combine text and graphics to make a visually-pleasing presentation.

Typically, a professional poster involves showing your work to numerous researchers at a conference or seminar. As viewers walk by, your poster should quickly and efficiently communicate your research. Unlike the fast pace of a slide show or verbal presentation, a poster session allows viewers to study and restudy your information and discuss it with you one-on-one. You may also be required to give short presentations on your research every ten or fifteen minutes.

Advice to presenters:

If you are staying in the Hyatt, we recommend that you ship your materials to yourself directly. If you are staying at another hotel or are concerned about receiving the materials, you may ship to conference management. Please address your shipment as follows:

If you are staying at the Hyatt and sending it to yourself:

(your name)
Hold for guest arriving: ____________ (put your check in date)
Hyatt Regency Denver at The Colorado Convention Center
650 15th Street
Denver, CO 80202

If you would rather send it to the Hotel Management:

Laurie Thompson
Hyatt Regency Denver at The Colorado Convention Center
(Hold for Carrie Pearson, IUG)
650 15th Street
Denver, CO 80202

Please send your shipment for arrival between Tuesday May 16 and Friday May 19

Thank you for your participation.

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last updated February 26, 2006