Jo Klein

Jo Klein (they/them/their) is the GIS and Data Visualization Librarian and liaison to the Geography, Environment, and Sustainability Department. They hold a bachelor of science in biology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and a master's degree in library and information science from UNC Greensboro.

There are 8 included publications by Jo Klein :

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Behind the Scenes: Metadata and Data Visualization [position statement] 2019 50 Project position statement presented at the Visualizing the Future Symposium in August 2019. Identifying and addressing existing metadata-related challenges, advocating for and applying metadata standards that follow FAIR data principles to data visu...
"But I'm not a GIS person!" Teaching introductory GIS programming through an interactive web map workshop [poster] 2019 40 Poster presented in February 2019 at NCGIS. The goal of UNC Greensboro’s (UNCG) Graduate Student Professional Development team is to support graduate students and prepare them for entry into the workforce by providing opportunities for training, netw...
Customizable Leaflet Maps [slides] 2019 68 Slides from a presentation given at the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at UNC (Chapel Hill) in May 2019. Learn about Leaflet, an easy-to-use open source JavaScript library for creating customizable interactive maps, in this hands-on workshop t...
Data Librarianship at UNC Greensboro [Poster] 2019 39 Poster presented at the The Southeast Data Librarian Symposium (SEDLS) at Tulane University on October 11th. SEDLS is intended to provide a low-cost opportunity for librarians and other research data specialists to gather and explore developments in ...
Environmental risk factors for Toxoplasma gondii infections and the impact of latent infections on allostatic load in residents of Central North Carolina 2018 63 Background: Toxoplasma gondii infection can be acquired through ingestion of infectious tissue cysts in undercooked meat or environmental oocysts excreted by cats. This cross-sectional study assessed environmental risk factors for T. gondii infection...
New maps and cartographic materials, April 2019 [reviews] 2019 55 Hello everyone, and welcome to my first attempt at tackling the “New Maps” column! First, a big thank you to David Bertuca for all his hard work in making this column a reality for the past 14 years. From thought-provoking quotes to insightful review...
New maps and cartographic materials, June 2019 [reviews] 2019 31 Fifty years ago in June 1969, the Stonewall Riots sparked the gay rights movement in the United States. In commemoration of the events that started a national conversation, June is designated by LGBT communities (and this year by the President throug...
Two birds one stone: Supporting data literacy and encouraging civic engagement using framework-inspired library programming [slides] 2019 163 Slides from presentation given October 18, 2019 at the North Carolina Library Association (NCLA) Conference in Winston Salem, NC. One of the challenges of supporting data literacy at the library is implementation across multiple levels of learning an...