Mapping Knowledge

Oct. 27th, 11:00am-12:00pm, TLC

Annie Swafford (English)

Want to digitally map a character’s path in a novel? Chart immigration patterns? Plot archeological dig sites?

Come learn how to use Google Maps and StoryMap JS, two free, user-friendly programs that you can easily incorporate in a class or in a research project.

No programming or web development experience required.

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Tools for Digital Humanities Webinar  

Nov. 9th, 2:30-4:00pm, TLC

Organized by Lydia Willoughby (Reference Librarian, Research and Education)

Join us for a webinar to learn about free, open access, and low-cost tools for DH projects for literature and related humanities disciplines.

Come learn about text mining, textual analysis, geospatial analysis, visualizations, and other processes for working with humanities data.


iNZight into Baseball                                          

Nov. 10th, 1:00-2:00pm, TLC

Joshua Korenblat (Graphic Design)

Want to celebrate the World Series? Interested in learning how to make graphs and charts?

Come learn how to use iNZight lite and Google Sheets to analyze baseball statistics, including batting and pitching data, from 1871-2015.

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