Utilizing Data for Effective Storytelling (repeated)

November 6, 2023

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    Bethany Miller Director of Institutional Research and Assessment, Macalester College

Data is not just for collection and visualizing; data can be a powerful tool in effective storytelling. As institution leaders work to more clearly and effectively tell the stories of their organization to a much wider and more skeptical audience, it is imperative to use data as a cornerstone of effective storytelling. This interactive seminar will focus on the foundations of using data as a key component of effective storytelling, while urging campus leaders to pause, reflect, evaluate, and innovate in their use of data. Participants will actively engage in table discussions and activities to practice storytelling with data.

The interactive seminars cover important issues that currently impact independent higher education. They are designed to be practical and hands on with clear learning outcomes. Each will include examples of replicable models for participants to use when faced with the situations covered by the seminars.

These interactive seminars are free of charge and do not require pre-registration, but they have limited capacity. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.