Registration is now open for the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship’s Spring 2022 workshop series!
We’ve got a great lineup of training opportunities, with some new topics and a mix of conceptual and technical classes. Join us on Wednesdays from 1-2pm for live sessions via Zoom. If you prefer to watch (or re-watch) at another time convenient to you, recordings of the sessions will be available on our ECDS Workshops Canvas site for Emory students, faculty, and staff (self-enroll here). You can also go back and watch nearly 30 previous workshops on topics like manipulating and visualizing data using popular tools like R, Python, and Tableau.
Feb 23 – Intro to Julia
Mar 2 – Digital Storytelling Tools for the Classroom
Mar 16 – Building Interactive Tours
Mar 23 – What’s New with the 2020 US Census Data? *
Mar 30 – Academic Applications of 3D Design *
April 6 – ArcGIS StoryMaps: Beyond the Basics
We’ll be kicking things off next week with our first class on the Julia programming language. We hope to see you there!
* Rescheduled (times are still 1-2pm):
- What’s New with the 2020 US Census Data? – now Wed, Apr 13
- Academic Applications of 3D Design – now Tues, Mar 29