Presented by Carissa Carter
Moderated by David V. Johnson
Date April 28 & May 4, 2022
Time 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. PT / 2-3:30 p.m. ET

Two-Part 180-minute Live e-Certification Series:
Part I: Finding a Compelling Agenda [April 27] Part II: Visually Crafting Your Data Story [May 4]We Will Explore:
Data is everywhere. Big data, small data, limp data. Qualitative, quantitative, mixed data. Like clay, data is a medium ready and available for shaping. Maps and infographics are representations of data, and the stories they tell are all designed. In fact, every map and infographic conveys a loaded story. In today’s world of voluminous data and misinformation, data- and map-literacy are essential skills for smart nonprofits, effective leadership, and an informed civil society.how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation review
In this two-part 180-minute live e-certification series, you will learn the basics of using data in maps and infographics to tell visually impactful stories. This SSIR Live! webinar-workshop is developed, facilitated, and presented by Carissa Carter, the academic director at the Stanford d.school, the Hasso Plattner Institute for Design at Stanford University. 
This is not a data analytics or statistics course; it is suitable for anyone, regardless of their familiarity with design, data, and storytelling. Each session will be hands-on and interactive. Over two classes, you will deconstruct maps and infographics, and examine the elements that make them succeed or fail. You will also learn methods for exploring data frameworks. Further, you’ll experiment with craft and bias to see how they affect the story told by a map. By the end of the course, you’ll be more confident at reading, responding to, and critiquing maps and infographics, as well as building them for your organization.
Part I: Finding a Compelling Agenda
Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. PT / 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET [90-minute session]Stories are the key to strong communication with data, but finding and articulating them is tricky. In Part I of this series, we will:
 
Part II: Visually Crafting Your Data Story
Date: Wednesday, May 4, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. PT / 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET [90-minute session]Once you know your story and have the data to express it, you need to craft it in a way that will speak to your audience. In Part II of this series, we will:
Some course materials will reference instructor Carissa Carter’s new book, The Secret Language of Maps: How to Tell Visual Stories with Data.  
 
how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation review  Designed by Experts: This SSIR Live! two-part webinar-workshop is developed, facilitated, and presented by Carissa Carter, academic director at the Stanford d.school, Stanford University. Carissa guides the development of the d.school’s pedagogy, leads its instructors, and shapes its class offerings. She teaches design courses on data, emerging technologies, and climate change. Carissa was one of the co-leaders of Stanford 2025, a multi-year d.school project that envisioned the future of higher education. Her work on designing with machine learning and blockchain has earned multiple accolades, including Fast Company Innovation and Core77 Design Awards. Carissa previously worked in the geosciences., and she continues to pursue projects at the intersection of design and science. Maps, and the experiences they create, are a consistent thread in her work. Her book The Secret Language of Maps: How to Tell Visual Stories with Data comes out April 19, 2022.
how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation review  Highly Interactive: This LIVE program will be conducted as an interactive session. You will explore the key concepts through activities and illustrative real-world examples. Come ready to think and participate actively!
how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation review  Extensive Learning: This program is produced in conjunction with Carissa Carter, academic director at the Stanford d.school, Stanford University. It is 180-minutes long, divided into two 90-minute sessions:
Part I: Finding a Compelling Agenda
Part II: Visually Crafting Your Data Story

how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation reviewReal-world Examples: Explore on-ground real-world examples specific to the landscape and challenges of the social sector.
how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation review Who Should Join? This is not a data analytics or statistics course. It is suitable for all levels of familiarity with design, data, and storytelling. Each session will be hands-on and interactive. This workshop will be highly beneficial to leaders and practitioners from nonprofits, foundations, government, business, and other social sector organizations. This program series is intended for leaders in social innovation who strive to make positive social impact but often struggle with design, data, and storytelling.
how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation review Participation e-Certificate: Demonstrate your commitment to building your skills. Your participation entitles you to receive a downloadable e-certificate from Stanford Social Innovation Review and Stanford d.school, the Hasso Plattner Institute for Design at Stanford University, after attending this SSIR Live! two-part webinar-workshop. You are eligible to receive the participation e-certificate once you have successfully participated in both Part I & II of this program.
how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation reviewClosed Captioning Available: Live transcription is available for this program. To activate Closed Captioning during the LIVE broadcast, click on the upward arrow next to the CC icon and select the Subtitling option. To disable Closed Captioning, click on the upward arrow next to the CC icon and select the Hide Subtitling option.
how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation review On-Demand Version: Register and access the recording of the live event on-demand 24 hours after the webinar ends and anytime over the next 12 months.
dollar symbol FinalPrice for this extended two-part webinar-workshop: $169. This price includes access to the live interactive webinar, unlimited access to the recorded webinar video, and downloadable slides for twelve months.
how to tell visually impactful stories with data – stanford social innovation review
Webinar Refund Policy
Recordings of all webinars and any associated presentation materials are accessible asynchronously after the live program for 12-months from the date of the program. As a standard policy, SSIR does not offer refunds on webinar registrations. Any requests for refunds should be submitted in writing to [email protected] and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Should a refund be warranted, it will be processed after the webinar.
If you have any questions about this program, write to us at [email protected]
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