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.
For course descriptions and to RSVP, visit the ECDS calendar. For questions about the workshops, email ecds [at] emory [dot] edu. This semester’s topics are:
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