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Undergraduate Workshop Series

March 1, 2017

The Drexel Libraries is offering a series of workshops for students participating in the inaugural Week of Undergraduate Excellence. Space is limited, so register online today by visiting our Events page or via the links below.

For questions or more information, contact Elise Ferer, Librarian for Undergraduate Learning, at

Poster Design: The Basics

Wednesday, April 12, 4:00 pm
Hagerty Library, L33

Have you made an academic poster before?  Not sure how to do it?  We're here to help! Learn the basics to put together a great poster.  We will cover programs to help you create your poster and best practices to consider when getting started.

Designing with Data

Thursday, April 13, 4:00 pm
Hagerty Library, L33

Do you have data that you want to present on a poster? Looking for interesting ways to present your data? In this session learn how to develop meaningful ways to communicate your work through graphs, charts and visual representations.


Presenting Your Poster
Wednesday, April 19, 4:00 pm
Hagerty Library, L33

Have you presented a poster before?  Not sure what you should say about your work?  Learn best practices for presenting a poster or a presentation of your own work in anticipation of the Week of Undergraduate Excellence.

Drop-In Poster Feedback
Thursday, April 20, 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hagerty Library Bookmark Cafe/Data Visualization Zone

Bring a digital file of your poster on a flash drive or a laptop and get feedback from the Office of Undergraduate Research, your peers and librarians.  Use the library's Data Visualization Zone to see your poster in a larger format.

Presenting Your Poster: Practice Session
Thursday, April 27, 4:00 pm
Hagerty Library, L33

Have your poster ready, but not sure what to say about it?  Want to practice before your poster session?  In this session, practice your elevator speech on your work and your poster one-on-one with your peers.