The Libraries offers free workshops to help you build research and technology skills. Here’s a selection of what’s coming up in October.
- Adobe Photoshop, Part I: A brief tutorial on this basic image manipulation tool, covering workspace, tools, and some basic functions.
- EndNote Bibliographic Software: The classic bibliographic citation software, still the best choice for managing large collections of citations and customizing citation styles and reference types.
- GIS – Geocoding wtih ArcGIS: A hands-on introduction to geocoding using ArcGIS software.
- Introduction to Bloomberg: This session will teach the basic navigation and searching skills necessary to begin using Bloomberg.
- Manipulating Texts with XSLT: Learn to use this powerful tool for reshaping and manipulating XML texts. The workshop will focus on applications of greatest interest to humanities research.
- NVIVO Qualitative Analysis Software, Part I: The leading qualitative analysis software, supporting the annotation and analysis of text and media files.
- Scanning Essentials: A basic overview of the options available at the Electronic Text for creating electronic texts and images.
- Zotero: An introduction to the various features of this FireFox plugin, an exciting new program that allows the easy capture of web pages and records from many of the Libraries. databases, the production of bibliographies and citations in various styles, the downloading and indexing of full text resources, and the creation and management of reading notes.
Visit the workshops website to explore your options and register for a free workshop!