Find out how Anglia Ruskin University have been using infographics to present Reading List data

Following their recent selection as winners of the Talis Innovation Award 2016,  the [email protected] Project Manager Christina Harbour from the University of Anglia Ruskin joined us on a webinar to show us how their team have been using infographics as a way of presenting data.

Christina is a member of the eDevelopment group and job shares with member of the marketing group within the library, they noticed that a lot of their library guides and marketing materials were very text oriented and this wasn’t a very effective way of getting information across. They had noticed infographics being used at events and thought it would be a good way to present the information.

Every 2 or 3 months the team must present and report to the university’s Learning and Teaching Assessment committee. They used an infographic to present data taken from Google Analytics, such as what lists are most viewed and how people access the lists. This was well received as a more visual way of getting the information across and the committee were keen for them to continue with this type of presentation.

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