HSL librarians compiled this guide to help you find images relevant to your program or specialty. Disciplines included are public health, dentistry, history of medicine, and eight different medical specialties.
This site, created by HSL Education Media Specialist Bob Ladd, is intended to help faculty, students and others find sources of free or inexpensive digital media content, such as medical images, audio, and video, and discusses issues related to the use and reuse of digital media content.
One question we are frequently asked is how to ensure that images won't end up pixellated when printed. In this concise video tutorial, Bob Ladd will show you how to tell if an image is suitable for poster printing.
Please consult with your school regarding use of their logo. For questions about using the university logo, please contact UNC Design Services. For additional information and a link to download a logo package, refer to this page.
A collection of useful resources to help you create eye-catching & professional scholarly posters, whether you're trying to figure out how to create the poster on your computer or want to know where to print your project.
The UNC HSL staff will teach you about poster design elements, the design process, and how to get started in either PowerPoint or Adobe Indesign in this tutorial. Contains poster critique examples, step by step instructions, and screenshots.
Working with InDesign and stumped about a feature? Adobe's Indesign Support center has video tutorials related to InDesign, as well as a list of the top troubleshooting issues that InDesign users have experienced.