|Date||February 6, 2018||Time||1:00 - 2:00 pm|
|Location||Visualization Studio @ the Graduate Research Center (Poage Library 201B)|
Joshua Been, digital scholarship librarian, and Sinai Wood, associate professor & documents librarian
Interactive data visualizations can help students explore information from a variety of sources in engaging and creative ways. We will demonstrate how Tableau Public can be used to create dynamic interactive visualizations and offer examples of how these visualizations can support course and assignment outcomes across a variety of disciplines. If you like what you see, we will discuss how to partner with the Library's Digital Scholarship Program to create interactive data visualizations customized specifically for your classes.
|Publisher||Academy for Teaching and Learning|
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