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Poster Draft from Bioengineering’s Capstone Design Course (2)

Module by: The Cain Project in Engineering and Professional Communication. E-mail the author

This set of 15 slides presents an annotated draft of a poster constructed by a team of bioengineering students in the senior capstone design course. Most of the annotations point to problems with the poster draft's content, layout, or design. The last slide in the sequence shows the team's revised poster and highlights its strengths.

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Poster Draft from Bioengineering’s Capstone Design Course
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