Pedagogy of Data Visualization
Workshop at IEEE VIS 2017 • October 1st, 2017 • Phoenix, AZ


PDVW 2017 will be a half-day workshop on Sunday, October 1, 2017 from 2:00pm to 5:55pm in Room 106-ABC. All VIS attendees are welcome!

Time Description
2:00pm 2:10pm Welcome remarks and explanation of session structure
2:10pm 2:30pm
Session: Pedagogical Reflections
Moderator: Eytan Adar

Leveraging Peer Review in Visualization Education: A Proposal for a New Model by Alon Friedman and Paul Rosen

Visualization Education Through Social Impact: A Service-Learning Approach for Visualization Pedagogy by Michelle Borkin, Zirui Yan, Britton Horn, Lisa Roe, and Becca Berkey

On Teaching Narrative Infographics in an Information Visualization Course by Marti Hearst

Exploring Important and Difficult Concepts to Learn in Information Visualization by Camilio Vieira, Paul Parsons, and Vetria Byrd

2:30pm 2:40pm Whole-workshop discussion of the presentations
2:40pm 3:00pm
Session: Techniques, Tools, and Experiences
Moderator: Dan Keefe

Worksheets for Guiding Novices through the Visualization Design Process by Sean McKenna, Alexander Lex, and Miriah Meyer

Experience and Guidance for the use of Sketching and low-fidelity Visualisation-design in teaching by Jonathan Roberts, Panagiotis Ritsos, and Christopher Headleand

Teaching Image Processing and Visualization Principles to Medicine Students by Christina Gillmann, Thomas Wischgoll, Jose Tiberio Hernandez, and Hans Hagen

Blending tools for a Smooth Introduction to 3D Geovisualization by Laura Tateosian and Payam Tabrizian

3:00pm 3:10pm Whole-workshop discussion of the presentations
3:10pm 3:20pm Statements from other Workshop attendees about other topics
3:20pm 3:40pm Unconference style writing out of topics and committing of people to groups
3:40pm 4:15pm Coffee Break
4:15pm 4:45pm Small group discussions about first chosen topic
4:45pm 5:15pm Small group discussions about second chosen topic
5:15pm 5:45pm Groups report findings to the entire workshop
5:45pm 5:55pm Closing remarks