Teaching with Data: Resources and Strategies for Faculty Teaching Undergraduates

Tuesday, November 17, 2015
When: 10:30am - 11:30am

Keeping Current @ the USC Libraries Workshop Series

Thinking of incorporating data, statistics, or quantitative reasoning skills into your undergraduate courses in the Spring semester?  We can help you!  During this session, you will learn about resources and services available to USC faculty for implementing data-driven assignments, including data sources, training modules, and sample lessons.  Discover the steps for designing a data-driven assignment and see sample data-driven assignments developed by USC faculty in the social sciences, sciences, and humanities.  Instructional Designers and the USC Libraries Data Librarian will be available for brief consultations after the session.

Presented by:

Katharin Peter, Social Sciences Data Librarian, USC Libraries
Katherine C. Guevara, Instructional Designer, Center for Excellence in Teaching
Robert Sweeney, Instructional Designer, Center for Excellence in Teaching

 

The Keeping Current @ the USC Libraries Workshop Series is aimed at engaging faculty and graduate students in current issues related to libraries, scholarly communication, and educational technology. All are welcome to attend.

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