In the last module, you considered the different audiences interested in your evaluation and what information each audience is likely to be most interested in. In this discussion, you will build on this work in the last module by exploring the most appropriate ways to visualize evaluation data and the technologies that can be used to present these visuals to the different audiences you identified.
You will not actually create these visualizations; you will just discuss which ones would be most appropriate. After all, you have not implemented your recommendations or evaluated them, so you do not actually have data to visualize.
When creating your initial post, consider using headings or creating a table to organize the information in an easy-to-read format; after all, the discussion itself is about visualizing information.
In your initial post, be sure to do the following:
- Present the four audiences (two internal and two external) you identified in the previous module and the types of information you thought each audience would want to know.
- Integrate feedback about your choices from the last module; for example, you might change one of the audiences or the information you share with an audience.
- Suggest specific ways to visualize the types of information you identified as important to each of the audiences.
- Suggest specific technologies that might be most appropriate for presenting the visuals and other program evaluation information to these different audiences.
Below is the last discussion so you can convert back.
case study is below as well