Friday September 21st - 12 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Media Maven: 7th Annual Nonprofit Luncheon Location: Channel 17 Studios/ CCTV in Burlington VT and LIVE Webcast Cost: With Lunch or LIVE Webcast: $16.82

Common Good Vermont and CCTV Center for Media & Democracy is pleased to present the 7th Annual Nonprofit Luncheon and Media Maven Kickoff: A Picture is Worth 1000 Words: Data Visualization for Nonprofits on Friday, September 21st from 12 – 2 p.m. at Channel 17 Studios in Burlington. Lunch will be served. Cost: $16.82

Also available via live webcast.

Join us, network with your friends and kick off the fall season with big ideas and doable practice to help improve the way you do business.

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Description: Do you have a story to tell? Do you wonder how to present the hard facts in compelling ways? As we work to make our communities a better place, we can rely on visual tools to outline the problems, pinpoint trends and demonstrate how we make a difference. This lively panel will outline what it takes for your organization to systematically use data and demonstrate effective, visual ways to chart your progress and tell your story.

Panelists include: Amanda Levinson/ Visualizing the Federal Budget, Peter Kriff/ Best Practices in Infographics, Lauren-Glenn Davitian/ Data Driven NPO Culture & Civic Navigator, Leslie Pelch/ Vermont Center for Geographic Information.

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 maps and 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.
 


September 21st, 2012 12:00 PM   through   2:00 PM
Channel 17 Studios & Live Webcast
294 North Winooski Avenue
Webcast Coordinates will be sent to you.
Burlington, VT 05401
United States
Phone: 802.862.1645 x21
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