Becoming a Data Storyteller
Data storytelling is a structured approach for communicating data insights, and it involves a combination of three key elements: data, visuals, and narrative.
—Brent Dykes, Forbes Online contributor
Module 1 first introduced you to the concept of data storytelling. You now apply this idea to your Group Presentation by integrating your group’s aggregated data with
visuals (graphs) and a narrative (descriptive presentation).
As you create your data story, keep your audience in mind. Who will be the stakeholders to which you will present? How can you apply the art of data storytelling to
motivate these stakeholders toward program goals and improvements?
In this Assignment, you and your group members work towards your final submission.
Examine the “Measuring What Matters” article, which details Step 4: Use and Share Evaluation Data. Then, revisit the Week 7 Group Discussion Board, in which your group
aggregated evaluation findings