Don't forget - for any literature review project, you need to use citation management software to keep track of what you have found and have the references formatted in whatever citation style is needed.
RefWorks is the software that ASU gives to you for free, and the ASU Library provides support (both training and technical issues) for it. You may choose to use other software programs such as Zotero, Menedeley, ChemWorx, or EndNote, however, any costs, training and technical support is your responsibility and is not provided by ASU.
RefWorks tutorials are available on You Tube. There's no need to view all the tutorials, we recommend the following to get you started:
1.0 Introduction (47s)
1.1 Accessing RefWorks, Creating an Account and Logging In (2m 53s)
To access the ASU version of RefWorks, go to http://www.asu.edu/refworks or go to the Libraries home page at http://lib.asu.edu scroll down to "Most Used Resources" and click on the "RefWorks"
1.2 Adding References Using Direct Export (2m 14s)
1.3 Organizing Imported References into Folders (2m 7s)
1.5 Creating a Bibliography (1m 53s)
2.2 Adding References by Importing Text Files (2m 9s)
2.3 Adding References by Manual Entry (1m 55s)
You'll be creating a poster for your topic; although posters and journal articles do have much the same content, the presentation is the opposite. Journal articles relay the content primarily via text - posters must have the content mostly in a visual format (graphs, tables, charts, photos) with very little text.
Here's some sites that show you what good poster design is all about but ... what constitutes good design/art is subjective. You'll find that these advice sites may give you conflicting recommendations so treat them as guidelines not rules set in stone. Dr. Harntett's design requirements always trump whatever these design sites say.