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Series Description

The Digital Research Methods Workshop Series aims to expose participants to computational, visual, geospatial, or data driven digital approaches in their fields, including how computer programming works at a basic level, how to choose and learn or build new tools, and utilize the file/data types they need.

Prepping for your Digital Research Project

This workshop will demonstrate a variety of tools supported by the Penn Libraries for working on Digital Research Projects, including Omeka, Scalar, StoryMap, TimelineJS, and Google Fusion. We will also look at a number of different sample projects of varying scale, topic, and team size to demonstrate how you can put these tools into practice.This includes how to make informed decisions about the digital tools you will use, the terminology necessary to critically discuss software applications, and the necessary preparations at the beginning of a project that will ensure ease in collaboration and sharing/accessing the data and research results.

  • Date: Friday, November 30, 2018
  • Time: 10:30am-12:00pm
  • Location: Weigle Information Commons Seminar Room - Van Pelt 124

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This series is supported by the Digital Scholarship Team. Click here to learn more about our work.

Digital Humanities Specialist

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Sasha Renninger
Museum Library
Penn Museum
3260 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Scott Enderle (Digital Humanities)

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Scott Enderle

Mapping & Geospatial Data Librarian