The COVID-19 Research Guide gathers authoritative resources for research on COVID-19. This is a rapidly evolving field of study. We are constantly adding resources as they become available, and welcome your feedback and suggestions! Click here for information on using library resources during the pandemic. For the latest information about Snell Library, follow us on Twitter, the Library News Blog, and Instagram. For up-to-date information on Northeastern University's response to COVID-19, please see news.northeastern.edu/coronavirus.
McGraw-Hill offers course content maps to map resources from their digital medical sites to your syllabus. This will save you time from searching through their content. They are constantly being updated. To see which programs are mapped, click here.
A selection of courses with mapped content includes:
Data visualization or information visualization is a very broad term used to describe any visual representation of information. This can be anything from charts and graphs, to sketches and diagrams, to posters and presentations. Anything that help communicate information visually. Here at Snell, we usually help people with things like creating dashboards, maps, and tables of data.