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Friday, June 16 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Numbers and Narratives

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How can time-lapse animated maps, which show trends over space and time, tell stories that can influence policy, hearts, and minds? Originally focused on global datasets, Earth Timelapse is a mapping tool that can be localized for organizing communities to share information as power. Interactive layers show intersections of census, climate, and demographic data that can be useful to case-making. We’ll demo and discuss the ethics of using visualized data sets to tell stories before we dive into creating our own stories using the visualizations. Laptops useful, but not required.

Presenters
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Jessica Kaminsky

CREATE Lab at CMU
Jessica Kaminsky is en educator, a podcast producer, and a loud laugher. She manages the Fluency project at the CREATE Lab, which focuses on encouraging student-centered teaching practices and integrating meaningful, contextually relevant technology in schools. Her background is... Read More →
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Jessica Pachuta

CMU CREATE Lab
I live at the intersection of media, technology, and education. While recovering from participating in the commercial film industry, I was asked to join the CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon. We question the ways that technology can be made in service of the voiceless and make the in... Read More →
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Randy Sargent

CREATE Lab at CMU
Randy Sargent is a researcher in Carnegie Mellon University's CREATE Lab, where he helps develop time-lapse maps of demographics, employment, climate change, pollution, resource use, and economic trends.


Friday June 16, 2017 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Student Center: Room 384