Digital Scholarship Events, Projects, and Working Groups
In celebration of Open Education, the Libraries welcome Christina Hendricks, University of British Columbia Vancouver, for an event exploring students as creators of open content.
The Libraries invite you to a lecture on March 14th by Alison Macrina, Founder & Executive Director of the Library Freedom Institute, as well as a workshop dedicated to protecting your internet privacy.
Digital and Open collections of Vanderbilt's unique holdings.
Support and infrastructure for new and open publications.
Explore tools and practices to manage, analyze and share your research digitally and openly. Fridays, 11:10-12:00 Central 418a
Library-supported infrastructure to promote and expand access to the intellectual output of the University.
Returning Fall 2019! Gain knowledge of the R Programming language. All skill levels and programming backgrounds welcome. Schedule Varies.
Do you have a project where a Python script would help you get the job done? Each week during the first hour, this working group will help beginners get started with Python. The second hour is a drop-in session where participants can figure out how to solve their own problems by leveraging the many available Python packages.
Explore linked data basics and real applications. Mondays, 12:20-1:00, EBL training room.
Using traditional ArcGIS and opensource software like QGIS and R, this working group will explore various GIS methods and techniques. Through a few introductory lessons using these software packages, the group will take on more challenging concepts.
Learn how to encode, query, and analyze digital texts.Fridays, 2:00-3:00, Digital Humanities Center.
Do you have a project that could benefit from using satellite or aerial imagery? What about LiDAR, Radar, drone or hyperspectral imagery? Have you ever been curious about what Remote Sensing is or how you can apply it to your work? The group will take on different topics in remote sensing each week along with how to obtain data.