MSUDH and the Library are piloting a new offering: Open Consultation. This is a chance for you to to bring in your projects or other work (or send us your students) and get help finding tutorials, troubleshooting, general project management advice, etc. We thought we’d have a theme each week. That way if you’re looking for something in particular, you know which days would be best for you. The schedule for the rest of the semester is as follows: 11/3: Web Hosting and CMS basics 11/10: Data Visualization 11/17: GIS 11/24: Thanksgiving, no session 12/1: Data and Metadata 12/8: Python Basics They’re all from 2 – 3pm in the Makerspace (Library, 2nd floor West), except for the one on Dec. 1st, which will be from 3 – 4pm. Please come see us! We’d love to help with and hear about your work.
We have some exciting workshops set up for this fall. We hope to see you there!
- Beginner Tools Workshop: Getting Started in the Digital Humanities
- Git Workshop: Git and GitHub for Humanities
- Data Visualization Workshop: Visualizing Data with Tableau
- 3D Modeling with Photogrammetry
- Topic Modeling Workshop: Brief Introduction to Topic Modeling
Also save the date for LOCUS at the end of the semester — this edition will be on modeling, broadly.