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PROJECTS ON PARADE POSTER SESSION

*Extended Deadline: August 15. ASOR will continue to allow Poster submissions until August 15, however, a $25 fee applies to abstracts received after the August 1 deadline.Register by August 15th!

The poster session is an ideal opportunity for students and junior members to be involved in the Academic Program of ASOR’s Annual Meeting, as well as to get the word out about your research.  Posters are an ideal format for presenting archaeological projects in general; a technical aspect of your project; a spectacular find from the field season; or complex graphic and/or quantitative data.  Posters will be prominently displayed during the entire conference and abstracts will be published in the Annual Meeting Program & Abstract Book.  Posters will be considered for the Joy Ungerleider Poster Award.

The Projects on Parade Poster Session will take place on Saturday, November 18, at which time we ask authors to stand with their posters and be prepared to answer questions and have discussions with interested attendees.
Note: Poster presenters are not permitted to use technical devices of any sort (laptops, digital projectors, instrumentation devices, etc.).

Thinking about presenting a poster?  Please read the guidelines and helpful tips:

* ASOR presenters get 10% off at MAKESIGNS – Scientific Posters

Ready to submit your abstract?  Poster abstracts must be submitted via ASOR’s online abstract management system.

Deadline for submission of abstracts for posters is August 1, 2017.

If you have questions, please contact the Chair of “Projects on Parade,” Jennifer Ramsay.

Digital Archaeology Demo Showcase

If your project deals with the increasing integration and development of cutting edge digital recording and analysis tools used in the field, consider submitting your poster abstract to the Digital Archaeology Demo Showcase. This session provides a unique opportunity for the ASOR community to come see, learn, touch, and try the state of the art in digital archaeology. The demos will all share a common theme in being state-of-the-art in software, hardware and methodology that significantly improve field excavations, analysis, curation or digital dissemination. Please select the “Digital Archaeology Demo Showacse” from the drop-down menu in the online abstract management system. Questions?  Please contact Neil Smith or Thomas Levy.