Been finishing off my poster presentation for Auckland Uni’s Exposure03 event next week which has been hard work. There’s nothing like trying to take your theology into the marketplace to get you reexamining your assumptions and how you present it to a different audience. How will it stand up against medicine, science, engineering, law and arts presentations? Should I even be concerned about that and just let it stand on its own merits? I think they’re important.
Typically posters have the scientific: aim, method, results (graphs etc.), conclusions model. Works well if you’re into experiments – does not work well if you spend most of your time reading dead theologians etc.
Will post a copy of the poster when it’s done.
Back to the lecture prep.