Dr. Matthew Booker will discuss how historians use visualization in their research and why, sometimes, low-barrier, inexpensive exploratory visualization tools are more effective than complex visualization methods. The talk will be Friday November 20, 9:30 AM at the Hunt Library Creativity Studio. Light refreshments will be available beginning at 9:15 AM. Visit NCSU Libraries for more information.
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