After the lecture, students learn how to model, analyze, and visualize data using Tableau with interactive eLearning course modules. These modules educate and engage students to learn Tableau with audio, watch-and-repeat tutorials, and other visual content. Each module contains several “practice exercises” for students to learn and practices their skills. A weekly online quiz tests student’s completion of the practice exercises.
For MBAN 5140, students are assessed for their participation in the HOT or NOT group discussion boards, weekly quizzes based on the eLearning modules, four in-depth Tableau Exercises, 2 group projects, and 1 individual research analysis. In one of the group projects, students work in groups to create a comparative analysis report on at least four different examples of existing and/or emerging data visualization software. The other group project requires a group presentation of their analysis, done live over Zoom in the final class. Given that the course is taught online, I provide virtual office hours through Zoom. Students can contact me though email and we usually have a meeting within 24 hours.
I hope that you have enjoyed this overview of MBAN 5140. It’s an exciting course in how it integrates live learning, interactive eLearning, discussion boards, quizzes, and projects to create a connected learning experience.
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