Data Literacies

DPL 2017 Tracks Oct 03, 2020

Participants will engage ways to help students grow in their data literacy in a variety of contexts, including the combating of disinformation online. Participants will also come away with a more informed and nuanced ability to approach decisions regarding educational technology and institutional data policies. This track is ideal for faculty, students, instructional designers, and administrators―as well as data scientists and software developers working in educational technology―interested in learning about the relationship of data science, critical digital pedagogy, and the goals of liberal education. No previous coding or statistics experience necessary.

Faculty

Kris Shaffer
Kris Shaffer, PhD, is a data scientist and Technical Director, Web Intelligence for Yonder.
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