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[Micronet] CAN Reminder: How to Create a Supergraphic with Microsoft Word Tuesday

James Kent Dudek
CAN Reminder: How to Create a Supergraphic with Microsoft Hi Colleagues,

Only three more classes left in summer school!   Hope to see you there tomorrow.   For those planning to watch the stream, the link is below as well as the link to the handouts that will be used.

James



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The Cal Assessment Network (CAN*) Presents:
How to Create a Supergraphic with Microsoft Word
Session #6 of Summer School on Data Presentation
Tuesday, August 3
10:30-12:00 
60 Barrows
Presenters
Linda Moran, Financial Analyst, Budget Office
Russ Acker, Institutional Research Analyst, Planning and Analysis
Pamela Brown, Analytical Studies Coordinator, Planning and Analysis
Description
Supergraphics are a way to provide a significant amount of information on one page so users can compare information from different sources, examine relationships, and show information adjacent in time (i.e., more variables on a single illustration) instead of stacked in time (i.e., a series of related or sequential illustrations on successive pages).  At this session, we will describe the thought process of creating several supergraphics that have been used on campus, along with tips and guidance on how to use Visio, PowerPoint and Word to create these examples
This session will be streamed live and archived at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/can-at-berkeley.
The handouts and slides for this session are available at the IDMG Summer Sessions site.

Lunch:  After the meeting, please join the presenters at the Faculty Club for a no-host lunch and the opportunity to continue the discussion.

Everyone welcome; no need to RSVP.


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* The Cal Assessment Network offers the UC community a forum where like-minded colleagues can make connections, find support, receive training and share best practices on the topic of assessment. Monthly meetings, a list-serve, and a bSpace provide avenues for discussing a broad range of topics, including but not limited to:

o Assessment Methods
o Learning Outcomes
o Communicating About Assessment
o Strategic Plan Evaluation
o Academic Program Reviews
o Student Services Assessment

Membership is open to all campus staff.
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James Kent Dudek
Business Systems Analyst
Kuali Student - Student Service Systems
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University of California, Berkeley
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Skype:  james.kent.dudek

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