Library Workshops for Spring 2018

Beginner researcher? Advanced scholar? Expert instructor? At the Library, we have something for everyone:

  • Research Fundamentals
  • Stata, R, & Visualization
  • Qualtrics
  • Machine Learning
  • Citation Tools and Skills

Register for any of the workshops by clicking on the links below. More information about each each is available on the OrgSync registration page.

We look forward to meeting you at one or more of these workshops!

Learn how to organize your research & bibliographies by using an easy, personal tool.

19 Mar: Manage your research & bibliographies with EndNote

20 Mar: Manage your research & bibliographies with Zotero

5 Feb: GitHub

TensorFlow Series
12 Mar: The Basics
14 Mar: Wide & Deep Learning
19 Mar: Recurrent Neural Networks

Conducted by Noel Konagai, Technology Enhanced Education Fellow, RITS@Library.

Qualtrics is a tool for creating and administrating web-based surveys.

30 Jan: Intro to Qualtrics
1 Feb: Customized Survey with Qualtrics (Intermediate)
6 Feb: Advanced Tips for Qualtrics

Conducted by Angela Wang, Teaching and Learning Technology Supervisor, RITS@Library.

Become a library expert!

31 Jan: Make Google Scholar Work For You
6 Feb: Keeping Up With Business News
7 Feb: Wikipedia
8 Feb: Humanities Research
9 Feb: Understanding the Business Information Landscape

27 Feb: Finding & Using Primary Sources
28 Feb: Finding Images, Audio, & Video Resources
2 Mar: Keeping Up With Business News
6 Mar: Researching Contemporary Art & Artists
7 Mar: Chinese Literature Search Made Easy

Intro to Stata
29 Jan: (1) Getting Started; (2) Using Data

Intro to R
5 Feb: (1) The Environment & Core Constructs; (2) Basic Operations & Functions

26 Feb: Data Visualization Toolkits

Creating Interactive Graphs with Tableau
5 Mar: (1) Getting Started; (2) Getting More Creative

Conducted by Yun Dai, Educational Technologist for Data Services, RITS@Library.

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