The available poster boards are 950mm wide and 2250mm high portrait style.
For printed posters, the standard poster size of DIN A0 841mm wide x 1189mm high is the minimum size.
It is recommended that a printed poster be no larger than 900mm wide and 1900mm high.
If you are using photographs, graphics and pieces of text, these should also fit within the area of 900mm wide and 1900mm high.
Posters have to be fixed onto the boards by means of double-faced adhesive tape, which will be provided on site.
Posters in the IFLA Repository
IFLA is interested in obtaining digital copies of presented posters in the born digital format – JPG, PNG or PDF – and publishing them with their abstract in the IFLA Repository after the Conference.
- Please send your final digital Poster (JPG, PNG or PDF) with an Abstract (in MS word, of no more than 300 words) to: firstname.lastname@example.org for publishing.
- Please complete the online Authors’ permission form as publication of this material can not proceed until this form is submitted
- Deadline for submitting the Poster with an Abstract for publication: 30 September 2022.
See published Posters of the 2019 Conference in the IFLA Libary: http://library.ifla.org/2308/
In addition to the digital poster, presenters are asked to include an abstract (in MS word) of no more than 300 words.
Preparing your poster
Posters are a combination of content and appearance. The content must be interesting, professional, and appealing to a broad audience. The appearance of the posters should be attractive, with a combination of graphics, photographs, and text. The presenters of posters often make available to delegates handouts: leaflets containing more information, printed pamphlets, or other types of material for distribution, which might explain or promote the contents of the poster. It is important to bring reasonable quantities of these handouts, and note that free copying facilities are not provided by the congress.
Best IFLA Poster 2022
Poster sessions will be monitored by the Professional Committee’s jury to check on the efficiency and utility of the model for presenting information to the library community during the Congress. They will also select a winner of the “Best IFLA Poster 2022” which will be awarded during the Closing Session on Thursday 28 July 2022.
Photos from previous WLIC poster sessions:
2019: IFLA WLIC 2019 – Session 113c, Poster Session 1 | Flickr
2019: IFLA WLIC 2019 Poster Session II | Flickr
Best IFLA poster 2009-2019