Audience: Library staff involved in or interested in improving their skills in working with data.
This class is hosted by the Library Learning Initiative
The Library Learning Initiative is hosting a two-day Library Carpentry workshop on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 15-16, 2019, from 10:00-4:30 both days, including lunch and a coffee break. The workshop will cover the following in-depth, hands-on modules: Introduction to Data; the UNIX Shell; Tidy Data; OpenRefine. They will be presented by a Library Carpentry instructor, with help from staff members in the Digital Scholarship Support Group and the Harvard Library Research Data Program. This event is hosted in partnership with NESCLiC.
Staff will benefit from participating in this hands-on workshop, which is ideally suited for both functional specialists (including digital scholarship, digital humanities, data, and metadata librarians) and subject specialists in liaison librarian roles who are involved in or interested in improving their skills in working with data.
Registration: Opens to all staff on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. Registration for this event is capped at 25.
Event Website: https://nesclic.github.io/2019-01-15-harvard/