Has anyone found any useful online courses they can share?
Great question @Kate_Baldwin! There are a few resources that I find quite useful in the education space.
Kate - take a look at the Qlik Academic Program. Free access to data literacy curriculum and resources - with a focus on data analytics. https://www.qlik.com/us/company/academic-program
I've seen some really helpful training content shared online for free recently:
https://datapractices.org/courseware/ The good folks at Data.World in Austin have created open source courseware that the Linux Foundation is hosting online for anyone who wants to teach data within their organization
https://databasic.io/en/culture/ Catherine D'Ignazio and Rahul Bhargava have created and published a set of 10 activities that allow people within organizations to begin to have a discussion about how to create a more "data-driven" culture.
https://dataschool.com/ "The Data School by Chartio" is "a community-driven school of free web books and content written by people who work with data for people who work with data."
https://www.preparecenter.org/toolkit/data-playbook The "Data Playbook" is a set of 65 pieces of content organized into 9 modules, shared publicly in beta version by the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC).
Would love to hear of others!
Ben is doing some great things at his new venture, DataLiteracy.com. He offers online courses taught live by him.
I have heard from a post in a another forum that Bullet Journals are popular. Maybe this technique could be used to introduce visualisation to students. Visualising something that resonates with their own experiences - similar to Dear Data by Giorgia Lupi. Does anyone have a Bullet Journal? Looks like fun!