Wednesday, June 7, 1pm - 5pm
Research Data Management
– Requirments for data management
– Data organization and metadata
– Data management plans
– Data organization
– Writing data management plans
TRAINER: Inga Patarcic, MDC
Thursday, June 8, 9:30am - 5:45pm
Intercultural Communication and Awareness
Whether it is in school, at university, or at work - intercultural communication has become imperative to a harmonious, supportive and effective experience for all. This course will show phd candidates how to recognize their own cultural identity and the way it influences their interactions with others. Through interactive experiences and rich discussion, participants will explore different frameworks of interculturalcommunication and learn practical skills to proactively mitigate misunderstandings and achieve greater success with work and personal relationships.
The workshop will consist of different sessions. Each of them will introduce a key framework integrated with either theoretical study, awareness exercises, group discussion, case-study, role-playing scenarios, or self-reflection questions to help transfer the gained knowledge and understanding into everyday life. Employing creative means (drawing, writing, games) allows participants to more fully absorb the concepts and experience profound discoveries and lasting shifts.
TRAINER: Konstanze Bittmann, Bona Dea Coaching
Friday, June 9, 9am - 1pm
– Information: Understand your data and be accurate
– Story: Be clear about the message of your graphic
– Goal: Select charts that successfully tell your story
– Visual Form: Present information in an effective, coherent way
The course will include group discussions and exercises focusing on chart choice and decluttering graphics.
TRAINER: Cédric Scherer, Data Visualization & Information Design