Poster Printing Process
Any poster that needs to be printed should be submitted 2 weeks in advance of the event to provide enough time to print it and it be picked up.
The person wanting to have a poster printed will need to fill out the following Wufoo form: https://cuweb.wufoo.com/forms/qeocpi90prx4l5/ which will be posted on the medical library website and can be added to our research guides.
Once the form has been filled out a copy of the poster will be passed along to Terri Hamrick/someone from the research committee to be approved. They are looking for HIPAA/IRB approval, and that the poster is an appropriate subject topic.
Once the poster has been approved it will be sent to Pamala Williams who will, *for right now*, load it onto a flash drive and let Daniel know it is ready to be printed, at which time he will obtain the flash drive and print the poster.
Once the poster is printed, Daniel will move the digital file from the “To Be Printed” folder on the flash drive to the “Printed” folder. The student/resident/faculty member will then be contacted by either Daniel or by Mrs. Williams that their poster is printed. *
- Any non-research posters will be charged the same price as Wiggins-$10 and any research posters will not be charged.
- Poster tubes will not be bought or distributed.
- Posters will be printed at 36X48.
- Pamala, Sarah, Daniel, and Tydal are all trained on how to use the machine.
- The research budget will pay for any supplies.
*Once the poster printer computer is connected to the network the posters will be loaded into an Egnyte folder labeled “To Be Printed” which Daniel will be able to access and pull the poster from.
After the poster is printed Daniel will put the poster in the “Printed” Egnyte folder and the student/resident/faculty member will be contacted that their poster is ready.