Information Visualization Tools-Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation - Carnegie Mellon University

Information Visualization Tools

The effective use of any technology in teaching requires thoughtful consideration and planning. Whether low tech (a chalkboard) or high tech (a 3-D interactive visualization), a tool’s learning benefits depend on when, where, how, and why you use it. We can help you find a tool or set of tools that align with your goals, and provide you support as you select and integrate solutions effectively into your teaching.

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In this section, you’ll learn the answers to these questions:

What are information visualization tools?

What learning objectives can be achieved with particular tools?

How do I know if a particular tool is appropriate for my course?

What are the tradeoffs of using the tool in my course?

What are some possible pitfalls — and strategies to mitigate them?

How can I assess student learning and performance?