You may have heard the phrase “publish or perish” in relation to academia, but it can be difficult to know where to begin in the world of publishing. This series of events designed by KSL librarians with graduate students in mind highlights key elements of the publishing…
CWRU Library systems will be down temporarily on February 14 for a software update that should take between 4-6 hours. During this time, library accounts and online renewals will not be available. Please use this link to search the Library Catalog. For assistance, please contact a research librarian.
Join Digital Scholarship Partner, David Beales, for an introductory series of talks and hands-on workshops that explore data, where to find it, what to do with it, and how to use it to your advantage in your academic pursuits in all areas. This series concludes with a BYOD (Bring Your Own Data) Workshop for a chance to get one-on-one assistance with your current research projects.
All sessions will be held in Kelvin Smith Library, Classroom 215 from 1:00pm - 2:00pm. Hands-on workshop sessions require registration.
February 1 - Mapping Data
February 8 - Hands-on Workshop: Intro to Mapping in R
February 22 - Intro to GIS Workshop
March 1 - Using Text Analysis
March 8 - Hands-on Workshop: Intro to Text Analysis with Python
March 22 - Photogrammetry Workshop
March 29 - Network Analysis with Gephi Workshop
April 5 - Finding, Preparing and Exploring Data
April 6 - Hands-on Workshop: BYOD (Bring Your Own Data)
Please direct any questions to R. David Beales.
Read more about how the Digital Scholarship team can support your teaching and research.
Read more about the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship space, software, and digitization tools.
See our online guides that describe what you can do using Freedman Center resources. Each guide contains individual tutorials designed to help you learn to use our hardware and software to complete your projects.
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