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Successful poster sessions take the skill of distilling your most important, and most interesting, research findings in a quick, conversational presentation. They also require thoughtful implementation of visual rhetoric and the aesthetics of design.Posters should be prepared digitally. You can do this by creating a single slide (through PowerPoint, Keynote, Google Slides, Canva, Illustrator or any other slide-creation tool). All relevant info for your presentation should be found on this one slide. Keep the slide in horizontal/landscape orientation (longer in width than in height). It may help to consider the conception of a digital poster as an infographic, rather than a slide show. All relevant and important information about your two rhetorical artifacts in a way that increases your audience’s understanding of your social issue
A focus on visual elements, related to your social issue and two artifacts, and make your project easier to understand
Careful implementation of visual rhetoric and aesthetics of design. Consider the rule of thirds, balance, white space, color scheme
Accurate and complete APA-style references for all information cited—including citations for pictures and any other visual elements
Proper grammar, spelling, punctuation and legibility.
In setting up your slide, be sure that it is shaped like a computer screen (landscape; longer wide than tall) rather than a phone screen (portrait; longer tall than wide).
the two artifacts:- https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/insights/economy/issues-by-the-numbers/covid-19-impact-on-income-inequality.html (Links to an external site.)- https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/public-and-social-sector/our-insights/the-economic-impact-of-closing-the-racial-wealth-gap?cid=soc-web#Academic Poster RubricAcademic Poster RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCoverage of Topic4.0 ptsExcellentPoster captures important information about the rhetorical artifacts and increases the audience’s understanding of the social issue.3.0 ptsIntermediateThe poster includes important information, but the audience may need more information to gain sufficient understanding.2.0 ptsSatisfactoryInformation provided on the poster is too general or incomplete. The audience needs more information to understand.1.0 ptsUnsatisfactoryDetails on the poster have little or nothing to do with the student’s chosen Social Issue and rhetorical artifacts.4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUse of Visual Elements4.0 ptsExcellentAll graphics and images are related to the social issue and make the social issue easier to understand.3.0 ptsIntermediateAll graphics and images are related to the topic and most make the social issue easier to understand.2.0 ptsSatisfactoryAll graphics and images relate to the social issue.1.0 ptsUnsatisfactoryGraphics and images do not relate to the social issue.4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLayout and Design4.0 ptsExcellentThe poster takes careful consideration of visual rhetoric and aesthetics, and is considerate of the rule of thirds; makes beneficial use of white space, balance, headings; is easily legible from six feet away; and adheres to an appropriate, professional color scheme.3.0 ptsIntermediateThe poster mostly takes careful consideration of visual rhetoric and aesthetics, but does not follow 1-2 design rules.2.0 ptsSatisfactoryThe poster mostly takes careful consideration of visual rhetoric and aesthetics, but does not strictly adhere to 3-4 design rules.1.0 ptsUnsatisfactoryThe poster makes little to no effort to communicate visually. Handwritten portions are illegible and look rushed.4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSources4.0 ptsExcellentAll sources, whether text or graphic based, are accurately documented on the poster in APA style.3.0 ptsIntermediateAll sources, whether text or graphic based, are documented, but there are a few errors in APA style.2.0 ptsSatisfactoryAll sources, whether text or graphic based, are documented, but APA style is not used and the documentation is incomplete.1.0 ptsUnsatisfactoryAt least one of the sources are not documented.4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanics4.0 ptsExcellentNo errors in grammar, spelling or punctuation.3.0 ptsIntermediateNearly no errors in grammar, spelling or punctuation.2.0 ptsSatisfactoryA few errors in grammar, spelling or punctuation.1.0 ptsUnsatisfactoryMany errors in grammar, spelling and/or punctuation.4.0 ptsTotal Points: 20.0