#OEPSForum4 poster submission guidelines
We are calling for poster submissions for our next OEPS forum which cover the following themes:
- Using OER – what does good practice look like?
- Changing culture, changing practice
- Open education and digital engagement through a widening participation lens
If you have an idea for poster and you’re not sure it fits the criteria please do send a short outline to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to discuss it with you.
General submission guidance
Your poster proposal should include a brief abstract of no more than 200 words (including up to 6 references), emphasise the unique value of the work and summarize the results, issues or contributions being presented. The full abstract is requested by 12 February 2016.
Posters should be eye-catching visual representations of the topic or subject: they can include graphics, tables, charts, concise text and/or images.
Printed poster size
Recommended size is A0 (84.1cm x118.9cm) portrait or A1 (59.4cm x 84.1cm) landscape. Posters should be single sided.
Design and printing
Please arrange to design and print the poster for display at the OEPS forum. We will be in touch before the date to give you information about delivery of your poster to the venue.
Creative Commons Licence
Copyright – we will share your poster on the OEPS website along with the abstract so please only use images and material that can be shared by Creative Commons licence – please ensure your poster carries a Creative Commons licence.
Please provide a PDF version of your poster which will be uploaded to oepscotland.org – you are welcome to provide a URL of a site where you are displaying the poster. Send your PDF of the poster to email@example.com by 4 March 2016.
You can see posters from previous Forums on the OEPS website:
Posted on January 14, 2016, in Announcement, Event, OEPS Forum, workshop and tagged digital engagement, Licencing, OEP, OEPS, OER, open education, open educational practice, posters, Scotland, widening participation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.