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In our latest episode, we talk about “C’est La Vis,” a research project developed to teach visualization at the elementary school level. We have two of the project researchers on the show, Basak Alper from NASA JPL and Nathalie Riche from Microsoft Research, to tell us all about it.
On the show we talk about the inception of the project, the findings they discovered by both talking to teachers and analyzing visualization materials used in schools, and the “C’est la Vis” prototype they have developed as a way to teach visualization to kids.
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- Basak Alper
- Nathalie Riche
- “C’est la Vis” project page
- Project page on GitHub
- Research paper: Alper, B., Henry Riche, N., Chevalier, F., Boy, J., and Sezgin, M. Visualization Literacy at Elementary School. In Proceedings of CHI 2017.
1. Our sponsor: Qlik (00:00:17)
2. Support us on Patreon (00:01:08)
3. Our topic: C'est la vis! (00:02:22)
4. Our guests: Basak Alper & Natalie Riche (00:03:07)
5. An overview of the C'est La Vis project (00:06:22)
6. The phases of the project (00:10:31)
7. The types of visualisation that are used in school books (00:14:40)
8. Tangible objects in class (00:17:39)
9. The development of interactive tools (00:19:06)
10. How C'est la vis works (00:21:25)
11. How kids have received the project (00:24:47)
12. How our listeners can use C'est La Vis (00:35:58)
13. Basak's and Nathalie's future plans (00:37:17)
14. Our sponsor: Qlik (00:42:32)
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