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Visualizing Climate Change, Take Two! Teens Use SciViz Techniques to Explore Threats of Sea-level Rise in New York City

Our youth program, Visualizing Climate Change, offered in the fall of 2014, was such a success that we decided to offer the data visualization program again, but under a new name—Mapping Disasters. This time around it was important to expand … Continue reading

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When Teens Learn SciViz Techniques To Explore Impact of Hurricane Sandy and Climate Change

Last fall, high school students in the After School Program, Visualizing Climate Change, offered at the American Museum of Natural History, learned about the science of climate change through the filter of data visualization. This was the first climate change … Continue reading

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How to Build a Data Visualization Lab: Interview with Mark SubbaRao, Adler Planetarium

Last month when I was in Chicago I had the thrill of visiting the Space Visualization Laboratory Director at the Adler Planetarium (which I wrote about here). Visiting the lab, however, raised more questions than it answered. I am so … Continue reading

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A Tour of the Space Visualization Lab at the Adler Planetarium

When I was out last week at the Digital Media and Learning Conference, after my inspiring tour of the Field, I walked out the thin peninsula in the windy snow to meet with Robert Friedman of the Adler Planetarium. Robert … Continue reading

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