Visual Abstracts

As scientists and professionals in the field of acoustics, we understand the importance of effective communication in sharing findings and insights. That’s why we’re encouraging ASA Meeting attendees to create visual abstracts and poster GIFs – powerful tools that can amplify the impact of your research and engage a wider audience.
Visual abstracts are a dynamic way to showcase your work in a concise and visually appealing format. By creating and sharing a visual abstract on your social media accounts, you’re not only promoting your own research but also contributing to the vibrant scientific community online.

To help you get started, we’ve provided Visual Abstract Templates that you can download and customize with your own presentation details. Whether you’re presenting a poster or an oral presentation, this template is for you! Simply fill in the blanks with your title, presentation time and location, key takeaways, and an eye-catching visual that represents your research. Then, share it with the world using #ASA186!

But why stop at static images when you can bring your research to life with a poster GIF? Animated GIFs are a fun and engaging way to convey complex ideas in a digestible format. With our easy-to-follow instructions and template, you can create a GIF that highlights your research in just a few seconds.
So, how do you make a poster GIF? It’s simple! Just download our GIF Template and follow the step-by-step instructions. Fill in your main takeaway, showcase your key figures, explain your methods, and emphasize why your findings matter – all in a seamless animation. Once you’ve created your GIF, don’t forget to share it on social media with #ASA186 and a link to your abstract or relevant article.
Still unsure? Check out this video tutorial for more instructions and examples. Whether you’re a seasoned presenter or a first-time attendee, visual abstracts and poster GIFs are powerful tools that can help you stand out and make an impact. Get creative, get inspired, and get ready to share your science with the world!


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