• WHAT: Creating a Visual/Graphical Abstract
  • WHEN: January 27th, 12-1pm
  • WHERE: Online; instructions upon registration
  • WHO: Rose Turner & Carrie Iwema
  • HOW: Register here

Increase the reach of your research by learning how to visually summarize your article information for journal articles, social media, posters, or any platform you choose.

This is a “flipped class” format. Upon registration you will receive links to 4 videos (~30 min total) that you can watch on your schedule, along with a couple of suggested activities to create your own visual/graphical abstracts. During the scheduled class time we will provide feedback on each other’s visual/graphical abstracts. The instructors will also answer any questions that you have about creating them.

Audience: Any researcher interested in learning an introductory approach to creating visual/graphical abstracts.

You must have a Pitt ID to access the videos; if you are a UPMC resident/fellow, contact us for alternate video links.

Class materials will be made available to class attendees. This class will not be recorded.

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