Booth Presentation + One-pager

5 points

Booth presentation


To share your work, quickly, visually, and engagingly, with guests at SLAM. It’s about a fun, in-person experience of your project.

Everyone on your team needs to have your basic pitch down, know your area of expertise extremely well, know who to refer questions outside of your area of expertise to, and be prepared to handle the socially awkward moments that will inevitably arise when interacting with a large group of people.

Grading rubric:

5 – Excellent booth and preparation.
4 – Excellent booth or preparation.
3 – Solid booth and preparation.
2 – Solid booth or preparation.
1 – There’s a booth and some preparation.

Photos of booths at previous SLAMs:

2016 Spring

2015 Fall


Posted on your website, and printed for SLAM (around 20 copies), AND uploaded as a JPEG in this Google Drive folder.

Create a one page handout, similar to handouts administered at trade shows, that you can provide to guests who visit your booth at SLAM. This handout should…

  • Provide guests with information about your project in a creative fashion.
  • Be well designed for aesthetics and readability.
  • Be printed on good quality paper/cardstock.
  • Be creative—have fun!
  • Be printed at whatever size you think best.
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