On-Demand Webinar

Teaching with Tableau: Showing insights and telling data-driven stories

In data visualization courses, students learn to present data in visual form. This involves working with data, learning new software, and applying visual design principles. However, visualizations are only as effective as the insights they reveal.

This 45-minute webinar will cover how to teach students to tell data-driven stories with visualizations, including:

  • Storytelling best practices
  • Techniques for helping others see key takeaways from visuals
  • The use of software to support data presentation in visual form
This webinar will also cover how to design a course on data-driven storytelling. Tableau’s unique annotation, animation, and interactive features will be highlighted to demonstrate how they can support data-driven stories.

For more tips on how to deliver an effective presentation with data, check out Kristen's recent blog post.

About the speaker


Kristen Sosulski

Professor and Data Visualization Consultant and Speaker

Dr Kristen Sosulski is an Associate Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences at New York University’s Stern School of Business and the Director of Education for the NYU Stern W.R. Berkley Innovation Lab. She teaches data visualization to hundreds MBA students and executives a year. Kristen also regularly delivers seminars and workshops to corporations on data visualization techniques and practices. Her passion for technology and learning sciences has led her to a career as an information systems professor in a business school who leads the development of innovative educational practices for higher education. Follower her on twitter at @sosulski or learn more at http://www.kristensosulski.com.

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