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Poster Criteria A. For those making a poster on your community engagement experience . . . . . . your poster must include: 1) A title (of your project) 2) Your names 3) Your mentor's names and where your project took place (for example: Molly Hatchet and John Riddlestumper, Whodunit Crime Service, East Lansing, Michigan). 4) Three or four sentences telling the goals of your project (what main questions did you ask about sustainability and what did you hope to learn?) 5) Three or four sentences describing your project (Tell what you did.) 6) Three or four sentences telling what you actually learned (What happened during your community engagement experience that taught you something valuable? Did you learning fit with your goals? Tell how it did or did not in 2-3 sentences.) goals, what did we think we would be doing/achieving with this project?) 7) Two 5x7" photos and one 8x10" photo. Use the quality photo paper given to you by your TAs for this purpose. Consider doing this: a) Image 1: Provide a picture of where your community engagement took place, perhaps with your mentors in the picture. Around that image put your answers to #s 3 and 4. b) Image 2: Provide a picture that shows what you did there. Around that image put your answers to #5. c) Image 3: Provide a picture that shows what you learned and/or why you thought that learning was valuable. Around that image put your answers to #6. Remember, each poster must be a single, flat panel in order to fit on the easel you will be
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