Posted Tue Jan 31 2017 by Alark Joshi
Last year at the IEEE Visualization 2016 conference, we organized a workshop on the Pedagogy of Data Visualization. The rationale behind organizing the workshop was to share the innovative practices that instructors had developed to teach data visualization in the classroom.
The workshop was well attended and as a result of the workshop, we conducted a survey to get the course information for the attendees who were willing to share that information. As many of us prepare to teach this upcoming semester, we figured this list of individuals and their respective courses would be useful to you.
|Hanspeter Pfister||Harvard University||Visualization|
|Robert S Laramee||Swansea University||Data Visualization|
|Michael Gleicher/Alper Sarikaya||University of Wisconsin-Madison||Data Visualization|
|Angela Zoss||Duke University||Data Visualization Workshop|
|Eytan Adar||University of Michigan||Information Visualization|
|John Stasko||Georgia Tech||Information Visualization|
|David Koop||UMass Dartmouth||Data Visualization|
|Jim Foley||Georgia Tech||Information Visualization|
|Amit Chourasia||UCSD||Data Visualization|
|Marian Dörk||University of Applied Sciences Potsdam||Information Visualization|
|Andy Johnson||Electronic Visualization Lab / U of Illinois at Chicago||Visualization and Visual Analytics|
|Penny Rheingans||UMBC||Data Visualization|
|Alex Godwin||Georgia Tech University||Introduction to Information Visualization|