FAQ – AMEE

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The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

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The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

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The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

Creating my mini-poster and finalising my ePoster/stack

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

Presenting my ePoster

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

Using templates

Following a review and feedback we have removed the templates from Learning Toolbox.  Most authors found it much easier to create an ePoster from an empty stack. However, if you have already created your ePoster using a template and you want to know how to edit it then these videos will help. Please note that we are not using the Voting tile (mentioned in these videos) this year. Instead the ePoster prize is being judged by the AMEE TEL Committee. 

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

Engaging with ePosters

Here are some short videos from previous years that give delegates an indication of how they can interact with the ePosters at AMEE. Please note that the voting tile is not being used in this year’s ePosters. Instead the AMEE TEL Committee are judging the ePoster prize. 

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. You need to check and mark your mini-poster as ready to print before you can mark your ePoster as ready to publish.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.