September 8, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Join us for the third of a 4 part series to strengthen your data visualization and use.
Practical Data Visualization: So far our series on data visualization and use have been more focused on use – so this week we’re going to start a deep dive on practical data visualization. Kurt will present the principles and guidance from the first section of “Better Data Visualizations” book and will conclude with an open discussion where you can share your experiences, questions, and needs. Bring your current data viz projects, questions, and stories of success and struggle to share!
This session will try the ‘hybrid’ approach we discussed last month – with the first 30 minutes focused on content, and the last 30 on networking – so join us at the Posner Center in the Boardroom upstairs or by Zoom.
But wait – there’s MORE! The Posner Center has offered a budget to support our community of practice, so we can provide the excellent book “Better Data Visualizations: A Guide for Scholars, Researchers, and Wonks” by Jonathan Schwabish to interested participants. We will also have two copies of “Data Visualization” by Stephanie Evergreen available in the Posner Library.
All registered participants will receive access to the recordings for all sessions, so don’t worry if you missed a previous session.
- Part 1: March 10, 2022 | 12pm-1pm
- Part 2: June 2, 2022 | 12pm-1pm
- Part 3: September 8, 2022 | 12pm-1pm
- Part 4: November 10, 2022 | 12pm-1pm
Join us either with the Zoom Link or at the Posner Center for International Development in person! Bring your lunch to enjoy during the session, and text Lauren at 608-219-3566 for building access. You can review the Posner Center’s current COVID-19 protocols here.
This session is a part of our ongoing Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Community of Practice. Typically, this group is open only to the Posner Center Community, but we wanted to make this series available to the public as well! You can click here to learn more about joining our global community and contact our Program Director with any questions.
The Posner Center for International Development is committed to accessibility and inclusion for all people. To request additional accommodations or for questions about accessibility, please contact Lauren Andraski at or 720-515-9071.