Enable participants to identify and implement best practices in designing and presenting infographics using extractives data
Demonstrate the steps and use of practical tools and techniques in visualizing extractives data
10:00 - Introduction and Ice Breaker
10:30 - Why use data visualization?
10:45 - How to design data visualization?
11:30 - How to deliver data-driven presentation?
12:00 - How to apply our ideas?
12:30 - Data Visualization Challenge
01:30 - Presentation and Closing
Sessions and Links:
Introduction and ice breaker
To open the program, DOTO will welcome the participants with short opening remarks. After this, participants will quickly introduce themselves and present their Homework (refer to last page). Finally, the objectives and agenda of the workshop will be presented.
Where does one start in designing data visualizations? In this session, participants will be introduced to the Data Visualization (DVa) Planning Tool. An activity will follow where participants will use the DVa Tool to assess existing infographics. Select participants will be chosen randomly to present their assessment to everyone.
In today's era, data alone will not work. Humans love stories. In this session, participants will learn about techniques and examples in combining extractives data and developing narratives to convey a message.
iv. how to apply our ideas?
With data visualization and storytelling concepts covered, how do we turn our ideas into reality? Canva is a powerful online tool in communication. Participants will be introduced to its basic uses specifically in designing infographics.
In this challenge, participants will be grouped into threes. Using what they learned from the previous sessions, each group will be given a set of data and a scenario. They will be tasked to design a simple infographic using Canva.