Date(s) - 22/06/2020
Monday June 22, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST; Tuesday June 23, 12:00 – 3:00 pm EST
Presenter: Katherine Haugh
Price: Members: $250; Nonmembers: $300
Have you ever wanted to explain something but couldn’t find the words? Visual note-taking can help you strengthen your ability to communicate evaluation findings and facilitate reflection on data, especially when concepts are complex and difficult to explain.
Part of your role as an evaluator is to simplify complex ideas and data to make them accessible and actionable. In this digital workshop, learn how to use hand-drawn visuals to convey information in a way that is memorable and concise, helps teams develop creative ideas, and guides groups toward a shared vision. Recognizing visual patterns is a skill everyone possesses; you do not need to be an artist to be an effective visual note-taker. Visual note-taking is a powerful skill for evaluators looking to learn how to use visuals to strengthen the use and application of their evaluation work.
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