Visualization Hubs: Moving from Experimentation to Scalable Service - Sponsored furniture provided by Herman Miller, Bronze Partner

Tuesday, February 10 | 3:15PM–4:00PM | California A, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
Visualization of research data for analysis, discovery, scholarly publishing, learning, and teaching has emerged as an essential component of the scholarly process across almost every discipline. For data to support productive research, it needs to be clearly understood and effectively used. Innovative research requires exploring solutions beyond data consumption and analysis to include using novel teaching pedagogies, creating and presenting digital media, making objects, and defining spaces where it all comes together. Our panel will share models leveraging and extending existing resources and services to better respond to emerging campus needs and provide the scaffolding necessary to support the academic community.

OUTCOMES: Explore visualization services for research data (analysis, scholarly publishing, learning, and teaching) * Generate critical concepts and investigate strategies for collaborative services * Discover practical approaches to engaging the academic community in priority setting and resource allocation


  • Laurie Alexander

    Associate University Librarian for Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Beau Case

    Dean of University Libraries, University of Central Florida
  • Eric Maslowski

    CEO/CTO, MoxyTech, Inc