Communicating Data to Non-Experts
Global Communication Center workshop

WHEN: Thursday, February 25, 5-6 pm
WHERE: Hunt Library 106B - IDeATe Studio A

In your professional life, you may often have to present technical data to non-expert audiences such as managers, clients, politicians, or members of the general public.

This workshop teaches you principles for creating graphs and tables that non-experts can understand. You will learn to think of your data as a story that needs to capture the audience's attention, and you will be introduced to strategies for minimizing distractions to this story so audiences can quickly grasp your main point. Pizza will be provided. Visit to sign up.

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