Visual Research Data Workshop Series

TRANSLATE YOUR RESEARCH DATA INTO VISUAL NARRATIVE

The Office of Research Support and International Affairs hosted a series of workshops to better prepare researchers (students, faculty, and staff) in advance of the third Research Expo on October 31, 2018, in translating their research data into visual narrative that is accessible to all audiences. Please take some time to view the videos on this page and take note of the valuable information the presenters shared in regards to translating research data into a visual narrative. 

February 8, 2018:  VIDEOGRAPHY

Hoon Jeong, Video Communications, Training, Products & Dissemination
Bilal Chinoy, Marketing & Creative Services
Javier Tabares, ASL Connect, ASL & Deaf Studies
Guidance will be offered in how to turn research data into a video that people truly want to watch. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about the available resources that help in producing and editing video clips. They also will learn about data storytelling by presenting their data alongside animated infographic images.
 

 

March 22, 2018:  DATA VISUALIZATION: "Telling Stories with Data"

Dr. Gaurav Arora, Science, Technology & Mathematics
Interested in telling effective stories with data? Want to know how to remove clutter from your data? This workshop will teach you which visualization works best for your data.
 
 
 
 
 

March 27, 2018:  INFOGRAPHICS: "Visualizing Data"

Dr. Jeffrey Levi Palmer, National Deaf Center, University of Texas
Whether you are working on a research poster or presentation, nothing tells a complex story faster than an infographic. In this workshop we'll explore the fundamentals of data visualization and learn how to create memorable static infographics. We'll also review best practices for making infographics maximally accessible to sighted and non-sighted audiences. Let's enhance communication by making our data and research maximally accessible!

April 3, 2018:  RESEARCH POSTER DESIGN

Dr. Caroline Kobek Pezzarossi, Psychology
Dr. Julie A. Hochgesang, Linguistics
Participants will learn how to design professional research posters that include a blend of brief text summaries, tables, graphs, pictures, and other visual formats. Discussions will include how to determine the most important/interesting/astounding findings from a research project that should be featured on the poster; the best way to display visual research through charts, graphs, or images; what kind of information presenters can convey during a talk that will complement their poster; and most important of all, which software is best to use for poster designs and templates.
 

Gallaudet

800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002

Gallaudet

800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002