May 26, 2021
This virtual course will be delivered regionally via Zoom.
Registration is open to insular government professionals.
This course is limited to the paid participants of the 2021 AGA GPDC. Please ensure that your registration fee has been paid.
Every day, we experience data presentations in a variety of ways. These ubiquitous presentations are part of our routine daily life. This presentation will review the popular ways data is presented and the ideas we can learn from these examples. There are restrictions on visual space, user interaction, data prioritization, and user expectations. These factors influence and guide the design and decisions on how data is presented.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will learn:
2021 AGA GPDC Registrants
May 26, 2021
10:20 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
CPEs - 2 Credit Hours
Manny Hechanova has over 25 years in the Information Technology industry as a teacher and consultant. His current research focuses on social network data analysis and data visualization. Currently, Manny is the Interim Chief Information Officer and Associate Director for Telecommunication And Distance Education Operation at the University of Guam. In these roles, he is responsible for the campus network, enterprise applications, research infrastructure, online learning platform/tools, and local/regional partnerships. Manny is a four-year U.S. Air Force veteran and credits his military experience as the starting point of his IT career.READ MORE
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