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Using Data In the Classroom: Teaching Resources & Modules

Provides tips and sources for incorporating data into classroom discussions and assignments.

Library Data Services

Library Data Services caters to researchers interested in working with data, mapping, texts, visualization, and technology. Many of these services are available online. Davis Library Data Services, located on the second floor of Davis Library, offers:

  • A computing lab with specialized software for GIS and data visualization & analysis.
  • Walk-in assistance provided by knowledgeable student consultants during set hours
  • Consultations with specialists for more in-depth inquiries (by appointment).
  • Spaces for collaboration and presentation, complete with white boards and external displays.
  • Technology short courses and programs that promote digital scholarship.

Resources to Incorporate Data in the Classroom

Other Cross-Disciplinary Resources (mainly in the social sciences)

Text Mining Tools for the Social Sciences and Humanities

Easy Tool for Statistical Comparisons

The Social Sciences Data Analysis Network makes the DataCounts! WebCHIP tool freely available for any level teacher to use with their students.  It is easy to use and hard to break.