AIC 2014 Digital Posters

Please note that this project was run some time ago and links that have subsequently become inactive have been removed.


New to I2S: Digital posters at related conferences

Australian Implementation Conference 2014

[Please note that the first two AIC digital poster links to follow are not functional (last checked September 2018)] Digital posters for the Second Biennial Australian Implementation Conference (AIC) can still be submitted, even though the conference has now ended. The buttons below are still functional, but if you do submit a digital poster please contact, so that it does not slip through the cracks.

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We are using digital posters to capture the best published research relevant to Integration and Implementation Sciences (I2S).

Digital posters are short, punchy and informative, allowing the viewer to review a lot of contributions quickly. They also provide references and links to help the viewer find out more on topics of particular interest or to connect with the authors.

Digital posters also have a comments function, allowing on-going online discussion.

At this stage we are working with selected conferences to develop a repository of digital posters.

In 2014, digital posters were featured at the Second Biennial Australian Implementation Conference (AIC) held in Sydney, Australia on September 17-18, 2014.

We are using a digital poster system provided by Lucien Paperless Events. The yellow and orange buttons for submitting and viewing digital posters will take you to Paperless Events websites.

The first conference to use digital posters in the way described here was the First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation, which was held in Canberra, Australia, online and at three co-conferences (in Lueneburg in Germany, the Hague in the Netherlands and Montevideo in Uruguay) in September 2013. More than 200 digital posters from that conference are now available online.