Reverse detail from Kakelbont MS 1, a fifteenth-century French Psalter. This image is in the public domain. Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Forward to Navigation

3601: Poster and Slam

Posted: Sep 07, 2013 18:09;
Last Modified: Sep 07, 2013 18:09


Poster and slam

At the end of you year, you will be asked to present a poster to the class.

The poster consists of a single powerpoint slide that represents the content of your research project: outline the evidence, present the argument, explain the context, and so.

The “Slam” is an event where every student presents their poster to the class. You will bring your slide with you on a USB key and load it onto the class computer. When your turn comes up you will have 1 minute to explain what your research project is about and why it is interesting and important.





Textile help

Back to content

Search my site


Current teaching

Recent changes to this site


anglo-saxon studies, caedmon, citation, citation practice, citations, composition, computers, digital humanities, digital pedagogy, exercises, grammar, history, moodle, old english, pedagogy, research, student employees, students, study tips, teaching, tips, tutorials, unessay, universities, university of lethbridge

See all...

Follow me on Twitter

At the dpod blog