Educating Consumers and Producers of Data: Review of Making Sense of Numbers by Jane E. Miller (2022)
quantitative literacy, research methods, data literacy, textbook
Author Jane E. Miller has brought her considerable experience writing and teaching about numerate communication to a new textbook, Making Sense of Numbers. Miller uses clear prose, timely and authentic examples, and thought-provoking exercises to educate the next generation of consumers and producers of data, students in introductory quantitative reasoning, research methods, or data analysis courses. While the textbook does not fit the mold of a "typical" quantitative literacy course, creative instructors may find ways to use it in innovative quantitative literacy, data literacy, or introductory data science courses.
Miller, Andrew J.. "Educating Consumers and Producers of Data: Review of Making Sense of Numbers by Jane E. Miller (2022)." Numeracy 15, Iss. 1 (2022): Article 6. DOI: is https://doi.org/10.5038/1936-46220.127.116.111
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