Pedagogy of Data Visualization
Workshop at IEEE VIS 2016 • October 23, 2016 • Baltimore, MD


PDVW 2016 will be a half-day workshop on Sunday, October 23, 2016 from 2:00pm to 5:55pm in the Johnson A+B room on the first floor. All VIS attendees are welcome!

Time Description
2:00pm 2:10pm Introductions
2:10pm 2:55pm
Panel: Curriculum Design
Moderator: Eytan Adar

Teaching Visualization for Large and Diverse Classes on Campus and Online by Johanna Beyer, Hendrik Strobelt, Michael Oppermann, Louis Deslauriers, and Hanspeter Pfister

A Data Visualization Course at The University of Paderborn by Gitta Domik

Teaching Data Visualization in evl's Cyber-Commons Classroom by Andrew Johnson

Challenges and Solutions for Short-Form Data Visualization Instruction by Angela Zoss

2:55pm 3:40pm
Panel: Pedagogical Structures
Moderator: Sophie Engle

Active Learning Assignments for Student Acquisition of Design Principles by Marti A. Hearst

Using VisKit: A Manual for Running a Constructive Visualization Workshop by Samuel Huron, Sheelagh Carpendale, Jeremy Boy, and Jean Daniel Fekete

A Constructive Classroom Exercise for Teaching InfoVis by Wesley Willett and Samuel Huron

3:40pm 4:15pm Break
4:15pm 5:00pm
Panel: Focus on Theory
Moderator: Daniel Keefe

Using Pedagogic Design Patterns for Teaching and Learning Information Visualization by Brock Craft, Robin-Martin Emerson, and Taylor Jackson Scott

Leveraging Biological Inspiration in an Information Visualization Class by Marjan Eggermont, Charles Perin, Bon Adriel Aseniero, Roxane Fallah, and Sheelagh Carpendale

Algebraic Visualization Design for Pedagogy by Gordon Kindlmann and Carlos Scheidegger

5:00pm 5:45pm
Panel: Focus on Design
Moderator: Alark Joshi

Let's Play: Design Games and Other Strategies for Introducing Visualization through Active Learning by Alex Godwin

Tool for Teaching Visualization Techniques: Learning and Homework Assignments for Multivariate Data Visualization by Tatiana von Landesberger, Felix Brodkorb, Philipp Schneider, and Kathrin Ballweg

Students' Prior Knowledge of Data Visualization by Eni Mustafaraj

Minor Adventures in Flipped Classrooms, Team-based Learning, and other Pedagogical Buzzwords by Penny Rheingans

5:45pm 5:55pm Future Directions