Fall 2017 Class Offerings

TLI 499 – Open Data Hacking – FALL 2017

2 credit class

Classes start October 11

Timings: T/TR 1:30pm – 3:20pm

Where: GRIS 102

Grading: Pass/Fail

Course Description:

Living in the age of open data means governments, companies and organizations are allowing the public greater access to their data with the promise that citizens can make more informed decisions that will impact their future. Professor Sabine Brunswicker will be teaching Open data app design for social impact. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn how your innovation can create a social impact.

During this experiential class you will participate in Purdue IronHacks, a unique iterative innovation program.  You will develop a mashup that integrates several datasets from data.gov   into   an   interactive   web-based   application.   For   more   information   about   Purdue IronHacks please visit www.ironhacks.com.

NOTE: Graduate students can register for this course as well.

Syllabus, to be posted.

 

HONR299 – IronHacks Open Data Hack – FALL 2017

1 credit class

Classes start October 11

Timings: Weds 2:30pm – 3:20pm

Where: Honors College Steam Lab 

Grading: Pass/Fail

Course Description:

Living in the age of open data means governments, companies and organizations are allowing the public greater access to their data with the promise that citizens can make more informed decisions that will impact their future. Professor Sabine Brunswicker will be teaching Open data app design for social impact. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn how your innovation can create a social impact.

During this experiential class you will participate in Purdue IronHacks, a unique iterative innovation program.  You will develop a mashup that integrates several datasets from data.gov   into   an   interactive   web-based   application.   For   more   information   about   Purdue IronHacks please visit www.ironhacks.com.

NOTE: Students outside of Honors College with a 3.0 average may also enroll in HONR299. To enroll, please contact Rebecca Krylow at mkrylow@purdue.edu

Syllabus, to be posted.