Event

SUNY Virtual Tableau Day

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Join us on November 10th for the SUNY Virtual Tableau Day. Hear directly from your peers on how they’re using Tableau to understand, track, and mitigate COVID-19 across the SUNY system, listen to Tableau presentations on building dashboards and design best practices, and have your questions answered during Q&A. Whether you’re just getting started with Tableau or a frequent user, this event is for you!

 

Time Session Title
9:00am - 9:15am EDT
Introduction from SUNY Executive

Joe Gardiner, Director of Academic and Administrative Technologies - SUNY System Administration

9:15am - 9:25am EDT
SUNY introductions and Tableau Introductions

- Heather Wellman, Account Executive, Tableau

9:25am - 9:45am EDT
Introduction to Tableau: What is it and Why is Visual Analytics Important?

Heather Wellman, Account Executive – Tableau Jason Blanco, Customer Success Manager – Tableau

9:45am - 10:30am EDT
Order of Operations Demo

Jeremy Weatherall, Solutions Engineer – Tableau

10:30am - 10:45am EDT
SUNY Public Facing COVID-19 Tracker

Kristyn Muller, Impact Analyst – SUNY System Administration: SUNY Online/Open SUNY

10:45am - 11:00am EDT
SUNY Internal COVID-19 Tracker / Restart SUNY

Mary Degroat, Upstate IMT Moonshot Team - SUNY Upstate Medical University Robert Taylor, Upstate IMT Moonshot Team - SUNY Upstate Medical University

11:00am - 11:30am EDT
Dashboard Best Practices – Designing Effective and Efficient Dashboards

Jason Blanco, Customer Success Manager – Tableau

11:30am - 12:00pm EDT
Q&A and Closing Remarks

Heather Wellman, Account Executive - Tableau


About the Speakers

Joe Gardiner - Director of Administrative and Academic Technologies, The State University of New York
Joe started his SUNY career in June, 2002 as the project manager for the University Systems Strategic Business Plan (transitioning all mainframe applications into web technologies). In February 2005, Joe accepted the position of Director of Application Development where he was responsible for all U-wide application development efforts within the Enrollment Management, Finance & Management, Human Resources, and Institutional Research functional areas as well as overseeing the development of the SUNY wide data warehouse. In 2018 Joe’s title changed to Director of Academic and Administrative Technologies. In addition to the above-mentioned responsibilities, Joe now has managerial responsibilities for the day-to-day operations (Production Control, LAN Services, User Services, Networking, Help Desk, etc.) for System Administration.