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** <b>[[Poster Guidelines]]</b>: Guidelines for creating a poster that grabs attention and communicates your ideas effectively.
 
** <b>[[Poster Guidelines]]</b>: Guidelines for creating a poster that grabs attention and communicates your ideas effectively.
 
** <b>[[Poster Examples]]</b>: Examples of various posters.
 
** <b>[[Poster Examples]]</b>: Examples of various posters.
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| title = Shadow WIM- A Multi-Touch, Dynamic World-In-Miniature Interface for Exploring Biomedical Data
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Revision as of 10:37, August 25, 2010

Writing in Computer Science

Take a look at general writing guidelines, or advice specific to a certain type of writing.

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  • Talks
    • Talk Guidelines: Guidelines for what makes a good talk good.
    • Talk Examples: Examples of talks that illustrate either desirable or undesirable aspects of talks.

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  • Demos
    • Demo Guidelines: Guidelines for how to give an effective software demo.
    • Demo Examples: Examples of demos that either went well or poorly, and discussion on how to give effective demos and handle when things go wrong.

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An Application for Analyzing Stone Tool Artifacts (poster).pdf
Shadow WIM- A Multi-Touch, Dynamic World-In-Miniature Interface for Exploring Biomedical Data (poster).pdf

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TODO: Do we want to add an area for anecdotes and personal experiences? I think that could be quite valuable, and is different from Guidelines.