Skip to content

Share:

Course Overview

Data visualization is the art and science of turning data into readable graphics. We’ll explore how to design and create accessible data visualizations based on data available and tasks to be achieved that are accessible to people with diverse sensory abilities. This process includes data modeling, data processing (such as aggregation and filtering), mapping data attributes to graphical attributes, and strategic visual encoding based on known properties of visual perception as well as the task(s) at hand. Students will also learn to evaluate the effectiveness of visualization designs, and think critically about each design decision, such as choice of color and choice of visual encoding. Students will create their own data visualizations, and learn to use Open Source data visualization tools. Students will also read papers from the current and past visualization literature and create video presentations of their findings.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
AHC 601

Other Courses

This course examines the practical and theoretical issues of how diverse people interact with personal devices. Students are introduced to ...
The course explores the impact of hearing differences on communication, education, participation, and quality of life. A special emphasis is ...
This course will provide an overview of accessible communication devices, ranging from auditory, visual, and vibrotactile receptive communication modalities designed ...

Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate