1. Identify Stakeholders.
Report findings to stakeholders and participants and consider to whom else the information would be useful. Follow ethical and socially just principles around sharing information, including framing.
2. Frame Interpretations of Data to Make Meaning for Stakeholders.
Consider your audience. Present the data most relevant to those receiving it, and in a highly acessible and engaging manner. Consider creating reports in tandem with stateholders.
3. Construct Meaning from Data.
Identify and implement the best from a variety of methods available for accurate communication to interested parties. Examples include:
- Written Reports
- Executive Summaries
- Informational Seminars & Outreach
- Virtual and Interactive Displays
- Video Blogs
- Posters & Visual Depictions (infographics)