Oct 18 – ArcGIS Online

20 October 2022

Non-GIS users often encounter two major challenges in making and using maps, lack of (1) ready-to-use geospatial data, and (2) a platform that displays geospatial data from different sources. ArcGIS…

March 31, 2022: Data Feminism

5 April 2022

Lauren F. Klein is a co-author, with Catherine D’Ignazio, of Data Feminism (MIT Press 2020). Part of a series that “advances provocative hypotheses about the meaning of new technologies for contemporary society,” the book brings…

Nov. 12, 2019: Connecting with Art Exhibitions and Artist Residencies Across the Curriculum

18 November 2019

How can the arts offer new ways to start conversations in the classroom? How might art act as “data” that opens new windows into understanding topics? How can faculty make…

Feb 28, 2017: More Than Writing: Oral and Visual Communication

28 February 2018

What do effective oral and visual presentations of arguments look like and how do we help students make them? Faculty will describe the design, scaffolding, and evaluation of assignments (e.g.…

Jan 24, 2017: Beyond QuIRK, Viz, & CArT: New Opportunities to See Your Data

28 February 2018

Carleton has laid the foundation for explorations of data with initiatives like CArT, QUARK, and Viz. Our presentation will trace the genealogies of these efforts, and then point to future…

Spring 2016: The Fabric of Our Campus

4 April 2016

This term’s LTC lunches have a wide variety, touching on issues of student life, research projects that combine faculty and students, and advising.  Together, they are an opportunity for us to use the LTC to make our learning environment stronger.

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