​​All poster presenters are required to create an ePoster using the Learning Toolbox by Kubify app. We recommend that viewers download the Kubify app for optimal viewing. 

​Unique links will be sent the week of September 14 to presenters for creating their ePoster in the app​. 



The deadline for ePoster creation is October 15. Your ePoster may be modified after that date, but you must create an ePoster​ with the minimum content guidelines by October 15. ​

Key Features

  • Upload your poster in full
  • "Stack’" creation – Stack as much or as little content into your ePoster as desired to best illustrate your research.
  • Supports PDFs, images, audio, video, PowerPoint, Word, and more
  • Link to external sources – YouTube, newsfeeds, social media, and more
  • ePoster-specific discussion thread – questions can be asked and answered in a discussion thread that is viewable to all attendees*
  • Mobile-based viewing platform but can also be viewed in desktop format.
  • Creativity! This ePoster tool allows you to format your ePoster in many unique ways.

* Discussion thread participation does require a separate sign-in to the Kubify system to maintain security measures. Sign-in by creating an account, or using Google, Microsoft, Facebook, or LinkedIn accounts. 

Content Guidelines​

At a minimum, we require that ePoster presenters provide a copy of the poster as a PDF document, similar to a poster created for an in-person Cereals & Grains meeting. 

We recommend that the ePoster have at a minimum the following sections:
  • Title, along with authors and affiliations
  • Abstract
  • Introduction and Objectives
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion/Conclusions
  • Acknowledgements

Use of Images and PDFs​​​

Images should be uploaded as PNG or JPG file, with minimum 2,000 pixels wide. PDFs should be saved with​ 200 dpi. Images and PDFs can be zoomed in and out, and can be viewed in full screen mode for best quality. 

ePoster Creation and How-To

Kubify provides robust resources for help in creating your ePoster. We recommend using their resources, but Cereals & Grains staff is also happy to help assist!