Picture This: Using Visual Display Techniques to Engage Readers

When: Tuesday, December 6, 2 p.m. ET


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Presenter: Dr. Kim Mogilevsky, founding member and CEO, Analytic Orange

Kim MogilevskyThe old English idiom 'A picture is worth a thousand words' is something that many people can agree with. However, data-journalist and information designer David McCandless argued that while a picture has the potential to tell a story, a good "picture" has four elements: information, function, visual form, and a story. If one or more of those elements are missing, the visualization is not as helpful or interesting. In this one hour webinar by Kim Mogilevsky, founding member and CEO of Analytic Orange, academic authors will gain insight into how visual-display techniques impact a reader's perception and cognition of information and explore several ways to create and display data in exciting, interesting, and engaging formats. 

Dr. Kim Mogilevsky is a founding member and CEO of Analytic Orange, a social studies publishing company. Her work empowers students to take pride in who they are and embrace their unique gifts, talents, and callings by providing an inclusive and diverse curriculum with inspiring stories. Students see themselves and others reflected positively in the engaging social studies content. Kim earned her Doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction and has a Master’s degree in Curriculum & Instruction. Kim is a veteran teacher who earned her National Board Certification in the 2002-2003 school year.