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Ditch the Paper and Go Digital with Posters!

Last week's topic was on how to take your poster projects and move them to be done digitally instead. You can boost creativity, level the playing field, and create more in depth presentations by doing them online, since you can add in movies, sound, links, and a vast array of other materials that simply can be done with the traditional poster. I finally recorded my screencast on the topic, complete with me mixing up presentation and poster (hey, I'm human with a case of the Mondays), so be sure to check it out and let me know if there is anything I can do to help you go digital!

To access the LucidPress poster that I prepared for this topic, please click here.

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