Tableau supports the academic community to teach data analysis, informatics, and data visualization skills. By supporting educators teaching these skills, our objective is to help students harness the power of visual analysis through our intuitive software.
Tableau for Teaching supports instructors by offering:
- Free software for use in conjunction with classes
- Guest lectures via the web to teach your students how to use Tableau
- Support with data sets and course assignments
Get Tableau - for yourself - If you are an instructor and would like a free copy of Tableau to evaluate for classroom use, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Tableau offers competitive discounted pricing for educational and not-for-profit institutions.
Educational institutions have data everywhere: from student and donor data to classes, faculty and grants. Yale University, Cornell University, the University of Oxford and hundreds of other institutions use Tableau to make sense of this data.
- Analyze student data: enrollment statistics, achievement, and demographics.
- Target areas of the country for alumni activities and development.
- Prepare Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and other reporting
To learn more about using Tableau for institutional research, see our customer videos and case studies here: http://www.tableausoftware.com/solutions/institutional-research
For information about pricing, please contact us at email@example.com.
- Oxford University uses Data Visualization to Gain Enterprise, Brian McKenna, 2011
- Big Data Part 3, Martin Courtney, 2011
- IPEDS Data Analysis, Jon Boeckenstedt, 2011