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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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Revision as of 12:55, May 14, 2015

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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Shadow WIM- A Multi-Touch, Dynamic World-In-Miniature Interface for Exploring Biomedical Data (poster).pdf

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Drawing with the Flow (paper).pdf


This site was created with generous support from the University of Minnesota Center for Writing's Interdisciplinary Studies of Writing Program.

Continued developed of this material is based in part upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1054783.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.