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Data Office Hours for Humanities

Data giving you trouble?

Are you a humanities student having trouble with data? Do you have too many articles to keep track of? Do you have folders of archival images that you are not sure how to organize? Are you worried about your computer crashing and losing all of your research? Wondering how to get Census data from the 1920s? Or maybe you'd like to incorporate data into your research, but don't know where to start?

We will answer these questions...and more!

These office hours are a chance to ask all your pressing data questions, learn about new tools for working with data, and hear about the data resources offered in the library. A group of information experts from across the library will be available to discuss your data issues.

Where?

Franke Family Digital Humanities Lab
Sterling Memorial Library, 1st Floor (off of the nave)

No registration is required, just show up ready to talk data!

Date:
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Time:
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Campus:
Central Campus
Categories:
  Data     Digital Humanities     Digital Scholarship     Faculty     Graduate Students  

Event Organizer

Colin McCaffrey
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Catherine DeRose
Rich Richie
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James Kessenides
Barbara Esty
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Joshua Dull