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This series of virtual one-hour webinars are designed to cover selected introductory topics in digital scholarship. The programs will provide attendees with professional development skills to conduct research in the digital age and supply introductory training to areas that may not be covered in regular instruction and curricula. Topics include basics on digitization, text mining, copyright and data visualization. These workshops will also include time for discussion and questions. All are welcome to attend!
Sessions will take place at noon on Fridays via Microsoft Teams. Advanced registration required. Sessions will be recorded.
Contact Mary Lovin for more information.
FEB. 3, NOON - 1PM - INTRO TO ORCiD AND OAKS
FEB. 10, NOON - 1PM - DIGITIZATION 101
FEB. 17, NOON - 1PM - OPEN ACCESS AND PREDATORY PUBLISHERS
FEB. 24, NOON - 1:30PM - INTRO TO WEB SCRAPING USING R or PYTHON
MAR. 3, NOON - 1PM - DATA VISUALIZATION
MAR. 10, NOON - 1PM - RIGHTS, RESHARING AND YOUR RESEARCH: NAVIGATING THE WORLD OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
MAR. 17, NOON - 1PM - RESEARCH METRICS: USES AND LIMITATIONS
APR. 14, NOON - 1PM - DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP SHOWCASE