Critical data literacy and COVID-19 visualizations: strategies to slow the spread of misinformation | Thursday, October 14, 11:00 a.m.
The need to understand data visualizations has never been more important. Every day we are inundated with more Covid-19 data, graphs and charts. Some of these data visualizations are well-designed and easy to understand, and others are confusing and misleading. This workshop will cover common data visualization issues that lead to confusion and misinformation, and will use critical data literacy strategies to evaluate charts and graphs.

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