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Healthcare Org 1, 4.10 (G) [CERT] Generate an Effective Electronic File Poster Self-Evaluation

[CERT] Generate an Effective Electronic File Poster Self-Evaluation TOTAL POINTS 9

Question 1 Is your electronic poster one slide (e.g., one PowerPoint slide)?

Yes

No

Question 2 Is the page size (page setup) of the slide 48 inches (width) by 36 inches (height); landscape orientation? The standard page size of a PowerPoint slide is 10 inches (width) by 7.5 inches height); landscape orientation. Note: this is the printing size of the slide/poster; you do not work electronically with a slide that is 48 inches by 36 inches or 10 inches by 7.5 inches.

Yes

No

Question 3 Does the poster design layout have sufficient space between the content (i.e., text, graphics, images); that is, is there sufficient “white space” so the poster does not appear cluttered?

Yes

No

Question 4 Is there a border (white space) around the edge of the poster which serves as a frame for the poster content; that is, content does not continue to the very edge of the slide/poster?

No

Yes

Question 5 Is one font-type is used for the entire poster and is the font-type chosen easily readable and not distracting from the content? Common choices for a poster font-type include: Arial, Book Antigua, Bookman Old Style, Calibri, Cambria, Garamond, Helvetica, and Times New Roman.

Yes

No

Question 6 Is the font-size for the different content sections/types of the poster different while the font-size for a specific content section/type is the same across the entire poster? The recommended range of font-size for the different content sections/types is: poster title = 55 points to 60 points poster author name = 50 points to 54 points poster headings = 32 points to 48 points poster sub-headings = 20 points to 31 points main body text/narrative = 18 points to 36 points graphic/image captions = 16 points to 18 points

Yes

No

Question 7 Does the poster format only uses graphics/images in support of the poster content; the reason for any graphics/images and their interpretation are clear to the poster viewer/reader? Note: If no graphics/images are used, answer Yes.

No

Yes

Question 8 Is the poster title is less than 15 words and provides the poster viewer/reader a clear understanding of the poster's focus?

Yes

No

Question 9 Is a name for the poster presenter/developer shown below the poster title? Note: The name shown does not have to be your name. It just needs to be a name. In the example poster, the name of the presenter/developer is I.M. Incharge. You can use the same name if you wish.

No

Yes

1 point



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[CERT] Generate an Effective Electronic File Poster Self-Evaluation TOTAL POINTS 9

Question 1 Is your electronic poster one slide (e.g., one PowerPoint slide)?

Yes

No

Question 2 Is the page size (page setup) of the slide 48 inches (width) by 36 inches (height); landscape orientation? The standard page size of a PowerPoint slide is 10 inches (width) by 7.5 inches height); landscape orientation. Note: this is the printing size of the slide/poster; you do not work electronically with a slide that is 48 inches by 36 inches or 10 inches by 7.5 inches.

Yes

No

Question 3 Does the poster design layout have sufficient space between the content (i.e., text, graphics, images); that is, is there sufficient “white space” so the poster does not appear cluttered?

Yes

No

Question 4 Is there a border (white space) around the edge of the poster which serves as a frame for the poster content; that is, content does not continue to the very edge of the slide/poster?

No

Yes

Question 5 Is one font-type is used for the entire poster and is the font-type chosen easily readable and not distracting from the content? Common choices for a poster font-type include: Arial, Book Antigua, Bookman Old Style, Calibri, Cambria, Garamond, Helvetica, and Times New Roman.

Yes

No

Question 6 Is the font-size for the different content sections/types of the poster different while the font-size for a specific content section/type is the same across the entire poster? The recommended range of font-size for the different content sections/types is: poster title = 55 points to 60 points poster author name = 50 points to 54 points poster headings = 32 points to 48 points poster sub-headings = 20 points to 31 points main body text/narrative = 18 points to 36 points graphic/image captions = 16 points to 18 points

Yes

No

Question 7 Does the poster format only uses graphics/images in support of the poster content; the reason for any graphics/images and their interpretation are clear to the poster viewer/reader? Note: If no graphics/images are used, answer Yes.

No

Yes

Question 8 Is the poster title is less than 15 words and provides the poster viewer/reader a clear understanding of the poster's focus?

Yes

No

Question 9 Is a name for the poster presenter/developer shown below the poster title? Note: The name shown does not have to be your name. It just needs to be a name. In the example poster, the name of the presenter/developer is I.M. Incharge. You can use the same name if you wish.

No

Yes

1 point


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