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Maps, Apps and Stats: What’s New in Quantitative Data Resources

Created for the Hispanic Educational Technology Services (HETS) Technology Showcase: Best Practices in Teaching with Technology - June 19, 2014.

Presenters

Rebecca Arzola, Government Documents-Collection Development Librarian

Alison Lehner-Quam, Education Librarian

Robin Wright, Health and Human Services Librarian

Best Practices in Teaching with Technology - June 19, 2014

Leonard Lief Library

Presents

Maps, Apps, and Stats: What's New in Quantitative Data Resources

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Today’s libraries provide access to data sources and software tools to make data accessible and visual. Apps and mobile websites, GIS, web-based mapping tools and statistical sources are being requested by students. These resources and tools can assist students with projects that involve quantitative reasoning. 

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