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VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization
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VRA Engaging New Technologies Visualization

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While the seemingly exponential array of new technologies offers the potential to enhance the services we provide, simply keeping up with what is available (or on the horizon) is a daunting process. …

While the seemingly exponential array of new technologies offers the potential to enhance the services we provide, simply keeping up with what is available (or on the horizon) is a daunting process. This fast-paced session will demonstrate a rich variety of new technologies, emphasizing concrete examples that show engagement in professional contexts. Utilizing the expertise of energetic, tech-savvy presenters, this session will introduce new tools as well as creative uses of more established technologies, demystifying them to empower session attendees to further investigate on their own. Emphasis will be given to technologies that can be readily utilized in teaching, learning, and research environments.



CO-ORGANIZERS:

Betha Whitlow, Washington University in St. Louis

Meghan Musolff, University of Michigan



MODERATOR: Betha Whitlow, Washington University in St. Louis



PRESENTERS

1: Carolyn Caizzi, Yale University
2: Meghan Musolff, University of Michigan
3: John Trendler, Scripps College
4: Betha Whitlow, Washington University in Saint Louis
http://www.diigo.com/user/Engagingtech

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  • Here’s a mind-map I created while trying to figure out how to present about visualization
  • Here’s a software based mind map about mind-mapping
  • For the previous map I used Xmind, which is free. I also played around with Freemind, which is also free.
  • Excellent example of visual thinking
  • A drawing I made when trying to figure out how to reconfigure all the computers and peripherals after having my office moved across campus.
  • A cleaned up version of the previous drawing, done with Adobe Illustrator
  • The Noun Project has high quality icons and graphics for free
  • One of my favorites
  • On the website, when you hover over an element it brings up an example
  • You only really need the four basic flowchartelements to create useful workflows
  • A flowchart I made for digital imaging assistants
  • I made the previous flowchart using gliffy.com – which is free and online
  • Google Analytics & Dailymile – both give you data vs. time
  • You can often export analytic data and import it into Excel to create a basic chart
  • I love GraphJam
  • Back to those basic charts in Excel… they can be easily inserted into PowerPoints, Word Docs, etc. and even edited further if so desired
  • But don’t edit too much…
  • No need for all the extra drop-shadows, background, etc.
  • Sea monsters have been considered chart junk, but I like them.
  • A nice Venn Diagram from InformationIsBeautiful.net
  • Integrity is crucial when creating visualizaitons, charts, graphs, etc.
  • Thanks to Luna Imaging for sponsoring the session & Betha Whitlow & Meghan Musolff for organizing the session.For more links from the session http://www.diigo.com/user/Engagingtech
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    • 1. Visual Resources Association • Engaging New Technologies VISUALIZATIONJohn M. Trendler • Curator of Visual Resources • Scripps College • Claremont, CA http://www.diigo.com/user/Engagingtech 1
    • 2. VISUALIZATION:1 : formation of mental visual images2 : the act or process of interpreting in visualterms or of putting into visible form3 : the process of making an internal organ orpart visible by the introduction (as byswallowing) of a radiopaque substancefollowed by radiography http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/visualization 2
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    • 5. http://www.xmind.net/ 5
    • 6. VisualThinking http://vizthink.com/ 6
    • 7. Austin Kleon: http://www.austinkleon.com/ 7
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    • 12. 12thenounproject.com
    • 13. 13thenounproject.com
    • 14. http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html# 14
    • 15. http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html# 15
    • 16. Terminator Process DecisionConnector 16
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    • 18. http://www.gliffy.com/ 18
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    • 21. http://graphjam.memebase.com/ 21
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    • 23. Miles per Week 120 100 80Miles 60 40 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 miles 65 26 6 55 62 46 34 17 68 102 13 35 93 19 Week # 23
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    • 28. Visual Resources Association • Engaging New Technologies VISUALIZATIONJohn M. Trendler • Curator of Visual Resources • Scripps College • Claremont, CA 28

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