Friday, June 28
10:45 AM-11:15 AM
Oud West

A Case Study in Building Data Dashboards: Design Decisions and Cost-Benefit Trade-Offs

Full Paper: Practice Based ID: 55287
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    Daniel Hoffman
    University of Hawaii at Manoa

Abstract: This brief paper describes a project involving the design and implementation of data dashboards for a local school district. The purpose of the project was to support student learning and teacher practice by providing a high-quality data system. Using a case study methodology, emphasis is placed on the decisions and trade-offs that arose while designing and implementing the dashboards. By showcasing how one set of data dashboards were designed and operationalized and, in turn, received by stakeholders, this work supports researchers and practitioners striving to use technology to support data-driven decision making.

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