This event was originally posted in University Libraries' website.
Increasingly, graduate students are interested in using digital research methods and tools in their coursework and their theses and dissertations, and they are seeking opportunities to learn about them. This student-centered, student-directed Community of Practice (CoP) provides a forum for Arts+Humanities graduate students to mingle and learn about best practices, digital research methods, various tools, and available resources.
This year’s schedule includes a variety of topics and a few guest speakers who will share their expertise:
- November 1: Developing a Website
- December 6: Research Management & Curating your "Archive"
- February 21: Mapping & ArcGIS
- March 20: Visualization
- April 17: Research Planning
Co-Coordinators: Leigh Bonds (Associate Professor, University Libraries) and Deanna Holroyd (Ph.D. Student, Comparative Studies)
All meetings are held from 2:00pm to 4:00pm in the Research Commons Brainstorming A (Room 350A, 3rd Floor, 18th Avenue Library). Refreshments will be provided.
Registration is not required. Walk-ins are welcome.