Today, data is everywhere. We have access to massive amounts of data about participants, service administration, and program effectiveness. What isn’t so easily accessible is how we can best use those data to advance equity. Join IEA on Friday, February 4th from 1-4pm ET as Jenny Nulty from Pivot Data Design discusses strategies you can use to tell stories in a way that promotes equity and uses intentional narrative, data, and design.
Learning objectives for the training include:
Join us on Friday, February 4th from 4:00-4:30pm ET for a networking session in Gather Town -- a fun, proximity-based online conversation platform.
Gather Town is similar to Zoom, but allows participants to move around a virtual space using an avatar. This will allow you to have one-on-one or small-group conversations within our shared space. You'll be able to customize your avatar when you arrive and then use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate around the space.
This event is free to attend (just remember to register so you receive the link) and will take place immediately after our Equitable Data Storytelling professional development training. You do not need to attend our professional development training in order to participate - everyone is welcome! Feel free to read or bookmark this short tutorial for additional information about Gather Town: https://support.gather.town/help/movement-and-basics.
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