Simplifying Complexity through Infographics: A Focus on Visualizing Academic Library Assessment Data

Tuesday, September 30 | 2:30PM–3:30PM | West Hall A3-4
Session Type: Professional Development

Infographics. Heard the term? Learn how infographics can help your audience better understand data, results, and outcomes through visual thinking. Break away from traditional charts, tables, and text and release your creativity as an information architect using economical, open web technologies. Infographics: the power of information visualization.


OUTCOMES: Learn about economical, accessible web-based technologies capable of creating infographics * Learn how to communicate a cognitive thread through visual narrative * Gain an appreciation of the importance of high-quality information dissemination activities and discover different information visualization tools capable of articulating complex ideas and problems

Presenters

  • Katie Bertel

    Courseware Support Librarian, University of Pennsylvania
  • Eugene Harvey

    Assessment Librarian, SUNY Buffalo State

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