This series of workshops led by Linguistics PhD candidate Joey Stanley, will introduce the concepts and power behind the programming language R. These sessions are open to all and are intended for beginners. No experience necessary. Each session will include a different topic. Attend an intro session then choose the others that best fit your research agenda. Visit Joey’s site for materials.
Intro to R Sept. 13 3:30-4:30
ggplot2 Oct. 12 2-3:00
Tidyverse Nov. 10 3-4:00
Research and Instruction Librarian Kristin Nielsen will teach the one credit DIGI 3000: Information Management and Scholarly Communication this spring. The class is open to all and designed as an introduction to contemporary issues in information and digital communication. This class counts as a foundational course for our undergraduate certificate.
Through funding from the Willson Center and OVPR we are offering $500 to develop a class with a digital component. Send a copy of the syllabus and a brief description of the project to Emily McGinn.
Priority will be given to those who are new to DH.