Learn all about Tableau and how others are using data analytics to improve their work in higher education!

Not familiar with Tableau? Don’t worry! We begin with an introductory session that will enable you to follow along in later sessions. There will be a Q&A and Technical Discussion at the end of the day to ask questions.

Advanced in Tableau? This is still for you! We will share updates and new enhancements from Tableau. Then, share how others are using Tableau to support data-driven decision making. Finally, a Q&A and Technical Discussion with subject matter experts who can answer your questions.

Experience Levels:

  • Curious- Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

What to Bring:

  • Laptop
  • Questions

8:30-9:00 - Registration

  • Coffee, water and snacks provided

9:00-10:00 - Opening: Tableau Welcome and Product Updates

  • Welcome & Intro by Kimberly Shay Morton, Enterprise Account Manager
  • 10.4 New Features/Functionality, Enterprise Platform by Coleman Wagoner, Tableau Sales Consultant
  • "Tableau at UW, What Does it Mean to You” by Bart Pietrzak, BI Solutions Architect, UW-IT

10:30-12:00 - UW Case Study Sessions

  • Maggie Faber - Data Visualization and Analysis Librarian, LIB: Assessment
  • Kairsten Fay - Data Analyst, SOM: Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation: Global Burden of Disease 11
  • Jim Bowen - Sports Business Analyst, ICA: Business & Finance
  • Greg Whitman - Project Manager, NURS: Psychsoc & Comm Health: Bekemeier Research Lead

12:00-1:00 - Lunch Break: On Your Own
1:00-1:30 - UW Row Team Data Visualization
1:30-2:30 - Hands-on Working Session in the Web Authoring tool, User Experience (Bring your laptop)
Note: no software download is required. The hands-on session will be on Tableau Online and a login will be provided.
2:30-3:00 - Q & A
3:00-3:30 - Open technical discussion for project leads, visualization authors and publishers with Coleman Wagoner and Lauren DeBey, Tableau Sales and Product Consultants.

Registration is limited to 150 people, so register today!

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