Working with Databases, Reports, Dashboard, and Infographics: Lessons from Georgia Tech

In this increasingly data-driven age, university career centers must rely on data and metrics to assess and evaluate all our activities and actions (NACE, 2015). For career services professionals in higher education, learning the proper skills to organize, sort, interpret, analyze, and present their data is crucial to apply evidence-based decision making and create a unified student experience.

Kenji Terawaki, Information Analyst in the Center for Career Discovery and Development (C2D2) at Georgia Institute of Technology, provided an overview of different software, add-on modules, and tips to optimize your Excel worksheets. Other tools such as Tableau and Kutools were also be covered, along with layout and creative suggestions to present and display your information.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Best practices for organizing, sorting, interpreting, analyzing, and presenting data in Excel 2010.
  • How to use Kutools for Excel to simplify complicated tasks into a few clicks.
  • How to use Tableau to make powerful data visualizations.



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