Learning App: $25
Badge Assessment: $25
About this Course
If you work with numbers, you know that charts, graphs, and tables can make your information more digestible to your audience. Oftentimes, employees will be asked to use data to provide evidence of an argument or support an idea. The ability to effectively organize, analyze, and communicate data is an important skill in the workplace. This learning app will provide you with an overview of commonly used charts, graphs, and tables and lead you through the process of creating professional visualizations.
In the badge assessment, you will be asked to organize and analyze data from a workplace scenario, use that data to produce three charts, graphs, or tables, and subsequently explain why you chose those visualizations.
About Course Author(s)
Amanda Dambrink is an editor for University of Wisconsin Extended Campus. Prior to joining UW Extended Campus, she worked for several years as a project manager and then as a Request for Proposal (RFP) writer for Epic Systems Corporation, a multibillion-dollar international software company dedicated to healthcare IT and based out of Madison, Wisconsin. During her undergraduate and graduate studies in English at Brigham Young University and Ohio University, respectively, Amanda freelanced as an editor for academic, private, and non-profit companies and taught business writing courses.
This course is offered by University of Wisconsin Extended Campus. Learn more about University of Wisconsin Extended Campus.
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