Poster grading - Poster Presentation and Evaluation You and...

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Poster Presentation and Evaluation You and your team will present your poster during the final lab session (week 10). This is not a speech or formal presentation to the class -- rather, you and your team will stand by your poster and answer questions about the poster’s content. Poster presentation (total 60 pts) Organization (5 points) -- is your overall poster layout clear and logical , or is it disorganized and scattered? Could someone unfamiliar with your topic ‘walk-thru’ your poster and understand it if you were not there to help? Physiology (15 points) -- does your poster explain the physiological basis of your topic, or does the poster rely too much on description? The physiological basis is the cellular/protein/gene- level issues relevant to your topic. Are symptoms explained from a physiological standpoint, or are they only described? (i.e., what went wrong, how the symptom relates to the physiological basis of the process involved.) Are treatments or remedies explained from a physiological standpoint, or are they only
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course BIOL 119 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at University of Washington.

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