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  • Network

    Network Visualizations with Gephi

    Learn to graph data and visualize networks at this workshop on Gephi. Viewers will explore how graph data can help express relationships between entities and visualize networks for Humanities scholars. This session uses a visualization tool intended for social network analysis to map and identify relationships within a dataset scraped from Twitter.

    Access the September 2022 online module.

    Access the January 2021 and February 2022 online module.

  • Portal

    Open Everything!

    The shift towards ‘openness’ has been undeniable and accelerating within the academic landscape over the past decade. From open-source software, to open data, methods, and identifiers, to open access publishing and educational resources, more and more of the scholarly ecosystem can be discovered, reused, remixed, and connected in novel ways. Join us for this panel discussion, where we explain and connect the components of open scholarship while reflecting on the gaps, limitations, and disclaimers of an ‘open everything.’

    Access the event recording.

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    Organize Research Projects with the Open Science Framework

    OSF is a free, open platform to support research and enable collaboration. Join us to learn more about this great platform and how you can use it to organize your research projects, build a space for your research group to work together, collaborate on files and protocols, and publish your research openly!

    Access the online module.

  • Podcast Microphone

    Podcasting 101

    Podcasts can take academic research out of the ivory tower and into the public. Learn the basics of podcasting in this web module. The guide takes readers through a podcast’s life cycle, from planning to recording to distribution.

    Access the online module.

  • Bookshelf

    Pre-Processing Digitized Texts

    We underestimate our abilities to make sense of orthographic errors and alternative spellings like thcn or shew. Machines are less capable of making these inferences, meaning that OCR text output must often be corrected to render it legible to computational methods.

    In this module, we’ll use several approaches to correcting errors in the OCR text output, introduce the concepts of initial data analysis (IDA) and data provenance, and explore how some techniques for correcting OCR errors can extend to pre-processing born-digital texts.

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  • Bookshelf

    Predatory Publishing: Reducing the Odds of Falling Prey

    Thinking about where to publish? Do you receive random invitations to submit your work for publications? Don’t get caught publishing in a questionable journal! This virtual workshop provides an overview of predatory journals and tips on how to avoid them and predatory conferences.

    Access the online module.