During B Term, the Gordon Library will be holding a series of workshops on digital scholarship topics. Workshops are open to all, and advance registration is requested. All workshops will take place in the Shuster Lab for Digital Scholarship.
- Mapping Fundamentals: Monday, November 4, 4pm - This workshop introduces those interested in using mapping for their humanities and social science research to the fundamentals of mapping methods and tools. Register
- Managing Research Projects with the Open Science Framework: Thursday, November 7, 4pm - This workshop introduces researchers to the Open Science Framework (OSF), an open source project management tool for research projects. Register
- Network Analysis for the Humanities and Social Sciences: Tuesday, November 12, 4pm - This workshop introduces humanities and social science researchers to the method of network analysis, or the investigation of the connections between entities, such as characters in a text or users on social media platforms. Register
- Text Analysis: An Introduction to Free Online Tools: Tuesday, November 19, 4pm - Learn about a variety of online tools that can help with text analysis in this introductory workshop. Practice using tools like Voyant, Word Trees, Google Ngrams, and more. Register
- Creating Digital Collections and Exhibits: Monday, December 2, 4pm - This workshop covers the process of creating digital collections and exhibits, including finding digital assets, evaluating copyright and fair use, and creating descriptive metadata. Register
Workshops are open to all in the WPI community. To request a specific accommodation or to ask about accessibility options, please email Anna Newman at firstname.lastname@example.org.