With the American Evaluation Association’s annual conference around the corner, it’s prime time to kick presentation prep into high gear. The Data Visualization and Reporting Topical Interest Group and the Potent Presentations Initiative are teaming forces to provide an online Slide Clinic. Our four-part webinar series will highlight message, design, and delivery tips guaranteed to make your conference presentation shine.
Join Stephanie Evergreen and I for one webinar or all four:
- Part 1, Presentation Tips for Evaluators: August 6, 2015
- Part 2, Slide Redesigns for Evaluators: August 20, 2015
- Part 3, Chart Redesigns for Evaluators: September 3, 2015
- Part 4, Delivery Tips for Evaluators: September 17, 2015
Slide Clinic Webinar Series, Part 3 of 4
In the third webinar of this four-part series, Stephanie Evergreen and Ann Emery will show you how to best present graphs and tables in your annual conference presentation. The webinar will pull lessons from the redesign experiences of AEA members participating in the DVRTIG and p2i Slide Clinic, where they received individualized coaching on presentation materials that feature charts and graphs. The presenters will detail best practices for chart-within-slide design using AEA member materials as examples. You’ll learn practical guidelines, like how many graphs can really fit on one slide, which font size is needed for those audience members sitting in the back row of your presentation, how to select the correct chart type for your dataset, and tips for selecting colors that will make your key findings stand out. You’ll leave with pointed advice that can be used to prepare your own annual conference presentations.
Date and Time
The webinar will be held Thursday, September 3, 2015 from 2 – 2:20 pm Eastern.
Members-Only Webinar Hosted by the American Evaluation Association
The American Evaluation Association is an international professional association of evaluators devoted to the application and exploration of program evaluation, personnel evaluation, technology, and many other forms of evaluation. Evaluation involves assessing the strengths and weaknesses of programs, policies, personnel, products, and organizations to improve their effectiveness. AEA has approximately 7000 members representing all 50 states in the United States as well as over 60 foreign countries.
Registration is limited to current American Evaluation Association members. Interested in joining? Dues are $85/year ($30/year for full-time students).
Learn more at www.eval.org.
American Evaluation Association members can register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.