Social Explorer provides thousands of social, economic, and cultural data variables from public sources for easy mapping and visualization. This one hour session will introduce you to the intuitive features you need to create effective maps, whether you are an undergraduate writing a paper, an instructor presenting a lecture, or an author demonstrating your ideas. Learn how to build story maps, produce data tables, export and import data, and download your maps as powerpoint slides. We will also cover the new real estate and urban planning-focused Tract IQ add-on to Social Explorer. This workshop is part of our series on the 3 of the Libraries' mapping tool subscriptions: Social Explorer, PolicyMap, and SimplyAnalytics.
This workshop will be offered as an online session via Zoom. You must register for this workshop to receive the Zoom link via a confirmation email. On the day of the workshop, use the link to join the session.
This workshop will be recorded. Register to attend the live session or to receive a copy of the recording.
Contact Fred Rowland and Olivia Given Castello at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please be advised that the resource covered in this workshop requires TUaccessnet credentials to log in. Those who do not have a TUaccessnet ID are still welcome to join the session and learn about the platform. Contact the presenter with questions.