ASEE’s 123rd Annual Conference and Exposition takes place from June 26 – 29 at the New Orleans Convention Center. We’re looking forward to the great sessions and events covering all the disciplines of engineering education. Not to mention the beignets, gumbo, and jazz. Stop by McGraw-Hill Education booth #413 to experience the premiere of AccessEngineering’s DataVis—the interactive data visualization tool for teaching material properties.
Check out this short video and you’ll see why we’re so … well … JAZZED about DataVis!
If you’re going to ASEE, we invite you to attend these events, featuring Anselm Spoerri of Rutgers University, and Kathleen Kitto of Western Washington University:
Breakfast Presentation: Leveraging the Power of Data Visualization in Your Engineering Course on Tuesday June 28, 7:30-9:30 AM, at the New Orleans Downtown Marriott (RSVP required).
This presentation will explore why data visualization is such a powerful teaching tool and will provide compelling examples, such as how the New York Times uses interactive data visualizations to enhance its stories. A case study on how data visualization can be used to teach engineering students about material properties will also be presented. Full breakfast will be served. RSVP now.
Technical session: Introducing AccessEngineering’s DataVis: Using Visualization to Teach Material Properties on Tuesday June 28, 1:15-2:45 PM, at the New Orleans Convention Center, Room #239.
This session will showcase an in-depth case study and demonstration of how to teach material properties with AccessEngineering’s DataVis. See how this interactive, web-based data visualization tool can transform the way your students learn about material properties.
Even if you’re not attending ASEE, you can find out more about DataVis here, or request a free trial of AccessEngineering—your all-in-one solution for professional engineering content integrated with dynamic teaching and learning tools.Tags: STEM learning, AccessEngineering, data visualization, material properties, ASEE