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Thursday, May 7 • TBA
The Q in Quality: Creating Data Visualizations for Library Instruction Storytelling

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Assessment is inextricably linked to instruction. However, it is often difficult to display this data in a meaningful sophisticated manner that grabs the attention of campus stakeholders. Data visualization makes it easier for us to overcome these barriers by grabbing the audience's attention and using it for storytelling. Join us for a hands-on session to learn how to streamline large or complex data sets quickly using message design techniques and convenient tools. [A laptop is highly recommended for this session]

Participants will:
  • Apply message design principles to evaluate the effectiveness of data visualizations.
  • Choose an effective data visualization given a set of instruction data.
  • Use data visualization tools to effectively display a set of instruction data.

Presenters
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Shawn McCann

Assistant Professor/Business and Informatics Librarian, Oakland University
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Rebeca Peacock

Assistant Professor/Instructional Design Librarian, Boise State University
Rebeca Peacock is an Instructional Designer and Assistant Professor, Librarian at Boise State University. She has an MEd in Instructional Design and Technology from Wayne State University and an MSLIS from Syracuse University. She has been involved with instruction and instructional... Read More →


Thursday May 7, 2020 TBA
TBA 1275 S Huron St, Ypsilanti, MI 48197, USA

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