Motivation Quotation......

Aku meminta kepada Tuhan setangkai bunga, segar, Ia beri kaktus berduri. Aku minta kupu-kupu diberinya-Nya ulat berbulu. Aku sedih dan kecewa. Namun kemudian, kaktus itu berbunga indah sekali dan ulat itupun menjadi kupu-kupu yang sangat cantik. Itulah jalan Tuhan, indah pada masaNYA! Tuhan tidak memberi apa yang kita harapkan. Tapi Dia memberi apa yang kita perlukan. Kadang kala kita sedih, kecewa dan terluka. Tapi jauh di atas segalanya Dia sedang mengatur yang terbaik dalam kehidupan kita.............................................

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

From my email

Dear Nor Intan Saniah Sulaiman,
Your abstract has now been reviewed by an academic independent review panel. Unfortunately, your abstract entitled 'Knowledge Sharing Behaviour among Malaysian Undergraduate Students' has not been accepted to give a spoken presentation at the conference. ( I sent too late already..that is the reason i think????)

However, the panel have offered you the opportunity to present your abstract as a poster at the conference.
Please confirm whether you would like to accept this offer by replying to this email by 21st May at the latest.
This will enable the conference team to allocate you a poster number and board. Please follow the instructions below when preparing your poster:.
Posters are to be no larger than A0, portrait (841x1189mm). .
Velcro will be provided to fix your poster to the mounting boards.
You will be assigned a poster board number on registration at the conference.
Please only mount your poster on the allocated board. .
The top of the poster should include a clear, unambiguous title that describes the work (i.e. not PRASH or PRASH POSTER).
Please also include your name, institution and a contact email on the poster. .
Your poster should be mounted by 09:20 at the latest.
Please arrive in plenty of time to allow for this. .
Judges will be viewing posters at 14:25-14:55.
Please stand by your poster during this time to answer any questions they may have. .
A sample of the judging sheet is included below this email for your information. A
summary of the judges constructive feedback will be available for you after the conference.
The planning team will email you after the conference to ask if you would like to receive your feedback.
This feedback is confidential and is to assist you in developing your poster presentation style . Please remove your poster at the end of the conference. N.B. Judging will continue while the delegates attend the final workshop sessions although you do not need to be present for this. . Prizes for the best posters will be awarded in the form of Amazon vouchers during the closing plenary. . Advice and examples of good posters in the arts, social sciences and humanities can be found at

Further conference details including the programme and directions can be found at <> . All accepted abstracts will be added to the conference website in the coming weeks.

Thank you again for your interest in this event and we hope that you will find the conference a valuable experience.
If you have any further questions please contact Tracey McLoughlin ( )'; return true;" onmouseout="status='';" href="">> , 0161 275 1462). Best wishes

Student Name ______________________________________________
Poster number ___________ Visual/PresentationCommentsScore: Visuals .
Does the poster draw your attention?. Is the poster visually appealing?.
Is the poster easy to read?.
Is there a balance of graphics, diagrams and text?.
Is the poster of sufficient size and interest to make you want to stop and read it?
5 = Exceptional
4 = Very Good
3 = Average
2 = Poor
1 = Very Poor

ContentCommentsScore: Content. Does the poster convey a message clearly?. Is the text well written and easy to follow?. Is the poster interesting and engaging?. Do you have a better understanding of the topic having read the poster?.
Do any graphics or diagrams aid the understanding of the topic?
5 = Exceptional
4 = Very Good
3 = Average
2 = Poor
1 = Very Poor
CommunicationCommentsScore: Communication. How well does the poster alone communicate information about the study topic?. How well was the presenter able to communicate information about the study topic?. Was the presenter able to talk enthusiastically and knowledgeably about the study topic?. Were you interested in learning more about the study topic having read the poster and talked to the presenter?.
Did you come away with a clear understanding of what had been studied, how and what the results were (or likely to be)?
5 = Exceptional 4 = Very Good 3 = Average 2 = Poor 1 = Very Poor

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