Poster requirements


Read the full call for poster proposals.


   1.     Poster should focus on Open Access activities and issues; general information about institutions
        should be limited. No commercial promotion. 


2.     The poster should be written in English.  


3.     Use of appropriate graphs, tables, and photos is encouraged.  


4.     The local organization will make the digital posters into print. Multi-color posters are greatly encouraged.


5.     Final posters should measure 20 x 30” (vertical) and NOT be mounted. Materials and digital printing are available locally at:

6800 Wisconsin Ave
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
(301) 652-3174

6.     Digital copies must also be submitted in PDF by October 30 to stacie [at] arl [dot] to be displayed on the Web site. The organizers will reserve the right to use and distribute posters freely (in all formats).

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Jennifer McLennan

(202) 296-2296 ext. 121
jennifer [at] arl [dot] org
Washington, DC

Christoph Bruch

The Max Planck Society
+ 49 (30) 84 13 37 27
bruch [at] mpdl [dot] mpg [dot] de

Andrea Early

Marine Biological Laboratory
(508) 289-7652
aearly [at] mbl [dot] edu
Woods Hole, ME