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Are you intrigued by infographics and how they could improve your communication strategy? Are you interested in what it takes for an organization to systematically use data? Or are you maybe even drowning in data and looking for someone to throw you a life-saving suggestion for software and other tools? Then this is the session for you!

Through lively sharing and discussion this session will cover a range of topics related to nonprofit engagement with data and information visualization, including: Organization culture and practice: What does it take for organizations to systematically use their data?  Approaches and tools: What are the basic guidelines for designing and using data and information visualizations? What are the go-to tools?  Exciting examples: What are some great examples from nonprofits?  Data and information visualizations for advocacy, evaluation, social media, network analysis, operations, and more!

Session Takeaways

1. To understand why organizational culture and standard operating procedures are important to developing and maintaining data/infoviz practice
2. To learn why and how visuals strengthen communications and improve the likelihood of your message cutting through the clutter
3. To share techniques and low costs tools for data visualization that nearly any user can begin using quickly

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Speakers (3)

small head shot Beth Kanter Master Trainer, Speaker, Author, and Blogger Networked Nonprofit
User Brian Kennedy Vice President of Marketing & Partnerships Children Now
morariu_johanna_headshot Johanna Morariu Director Innovation Network, Inc. (InnoNet)