Graphs and tables are central tools for the presentation of the results of a researcher’s work. The ability to use these tools in a way that will convey a coherent story of the research and its findings are sometimes crucial to the reaction of an article’s referee or an audience’s lecture. A series of important principles that are easy to understand and implement can transform complex and intelligible numbers into clear and comprehensible research and knowledge. The workshop is aimed at academics and will introduce the participants to the basic principles used in the transformation of graphs and tables of data into an aesthetic and easily communicable result, and teach them how to successfully convey a research narrative.
Participants who complete the workshop successfully will be familiar with the principals involved in the creation of graphs and tables, will understand the importance of design in the emphasizing, guiding and creating a narrative and will implement the principles of design in the layout of research findings from their own work.
Wednesday, January 13, 2021 10:00-11:30
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 10:00-11:30
About the Instructor
Dr. Guy Eldar is a graphic designer, and with his partner Shani, an owner of the Zugraphi design studio. For over a decade, the studio has specialized in graphic design for the academic world, in a number of areas, under the name Masters of Design. He has rich experience in preparing presentations for researchers applying to international grants. Dr. Eldar is a lecturer at a number of leading colleges and leads workshops in design for graduate students and faculty.
Dr. Guy Eldar
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Light (3 hours)
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