Being able to effectively explain complex research outside academia is incredibly important–for networking, collaborating, teaching, and leading. This five-part 30-min webinar series explores how data visualization can help graduate students and postdoctoral researchers better communicate with public audiences–using virtual reality. Topics include:
Session 1. Introduction: Communicating with the Public(Thu, April 1 | 2–2:30pm)
Session 2. Understanding Your Audience: Persona Analysis (Fri, April 2 | 2–2:30pm)
Session 3. Tools for Making 3D Models and Visuals (Mon,April 5 | 2–2:30pm)
Session 4. Web Deployment: How to Make It Interactive(Tue, April 6 | 2–2:30pm)
Session 5. Use of 3D Interactive Environment for Public Communication (Wed, April 7 | 2–2:30pm)
Register here: Seeing is Believing
Attendees who participate in the hands-on activity at the end of each session will be entered into a raffle to win $15 Amazon gift cards!
Questions? Contact Jiyoon Yi, PFTF fellow email@example.com
Sponsored by the Professors for the Future, the GradPathways Institute for Professional Development, and the Public Scholarship and Engagement.