Data-Driven Storytelling

April 28th, 2020 | 11am-12pm, PST

Summary

The power of data lies in the stories it tells. How data is evaluated and presented can change your perspective, evoke emotion, and drive a point home.

In this webinar, Cheryl Phillips will walk you through the process of taking raw data and transforming it into effective narratives and visuals. She’ll cover best practices in searching for data, cleaning and processing it, and ultimately making sense of it.

You Will Learn:

  • To search for and obtain useful data

  • To recognize patterns in the data and uncover clues for further analysis
  • To translate big data into digestible narrative bites of information
  • To create impact by turning data into a story, presentation or report
  • How to innovate during trying times. And why innovation is more important, easier to accomplish, and often more effective in bad times than good.

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Cheryl Phillips
Hearst Professional in Residence, Graduate Program in Journalism, Stanford University

Cheryl Phillips teaches journalism at Stanford, and is the founder Big Local News, which works to collect, process and share data with journalists. She also is co-founder of the Stanford Open Policing Project, a cross-departmental effort to collect police interaction data and evaluate racial disparities. And she is a founding member of the California Civic Data Coalition, an effort to make California campaign finance data accessible.

Previously, Phillips worked at The Seattle Times for 12 years in a variety of reporting and editing roles. She has twice been involved with breaking news coverage that was awarded a Pulitzer Prize and she has twice been on investigative teams that were Pulitzer finalists.

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