eposters Support Page for UIA

If you can’t find the answer to your question in the support items below then please contact uia@ultrasonics.org

Key Information

General Overview

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app. Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster. Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.  

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Creating an ePoster/Stack

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Co-authors

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Your ePoster on the showcase website

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Marking your ePoster as ready to publish to the showcase

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Creating the mini-poster

An option usually used by onsite conferences to promote your ePoster onsite.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Presenting my ePoster/stack

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Engaging with the viewers of your ePosters/stacks

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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Using templates

Some conferences provide templates that you can use to start creating your ePoster if you want.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app.

Click on the star icon (1) to favourite and follow the ePoster.

Click on the drop-down menu (2) and choose My Favourites (3) to browse all your favourite ePosters.

 

An easy way of sharing an ePoster with someone who you are talking to is to show them its QR code. They can scan this and view the ePoster on their own phone.

To do this you just need to open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox app on your phone. Then open the drop-down menu (1) and choose Share (2).

The screen will then show your ePoster’s summary information and its QR code (3). The other person can use their phone to scan the QR code. You will also see the unique web address (4) for your ePoster, so you can choose to copy and send that to them instead.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

Open the ePoster in the Learning Toolbox editor. Here you can see the QR code (1) and the unique web address (2) for this ePoster. You can copy these and share them or include them in your own dissemination material about your work. 

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

First open your ePoster (Click on the Preview in the Editor or click on its Title in the Showcase) . Then click on the More Menu (1) and choose Share (2).

You can now click on the Share on Twitter button (3) to share this ePoster/Stack to Twitter.

You will be asked to sign into Twitter (if you are not already signed in) and a draft tweet will be created containing the unique web link (4) for your ePoster/Stack. You can edit this tweet as you want before pressing Tweet to post it.

Please make sure that your ePoster has been published or you have made it public (by changing its access permissions) before you share it.

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