Critical and Human-Centred Infovis
INF2199: Critical and Human-Centred Approaches to Information Visualization is a master's-level course I developed (and currently teach) at the University of Toronto's iSchool. Through it, students acquire the ability to use and understand a number of emerging infovis methods, as well as to critically interrogate the application of infovis technologies in domains where they would not traditionally be encountered. Various critical topics are covered, including deceptive visualization and the growth of visualization literacy. A syllabus can be found here.