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Data & Donuts Workshop Series, Spring 2024

Friday, March 1, Administration Video Classroom, 12:00-1:15pm

Sign up for Lunch HERE!

LAST Session for the Semester.


Discovering and Utilizing Data From Research Databases

This workshop will demonstrate how to search for datasets in different research databases that are available through UT Libraries subscriptions. In this session you will have the opportunity to get hands on experience utilizing the interfaces of databases like ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research) Data Archive to query and download datasets for use in research.

Instructors: Meryl Brodsky & Michael Shensky.

Registration REQUIRED.

Data & Donuts Current Semester Schedule, 2024

February Events, 2024

Learn How to Use the EndNote Reference Management Tool

Thursday, February 29, 11:00-12:15 PM, Zoom.

Learn how to use the EndNote Reference Management Tool. Whether you are a new user of EndNote or need to brush up on your skills, this is the workshop for you!

Presenters: Imelder Vetter & Larayne Dallas.
Registration required.

March Events, 2024

Introducing the Grants Index from the Web of Science

Wednesday, March 6, 9:00-10:00 AM (CST), Zoom - REGISTER.

New Web of Science™ Grants Index helps researchers develop more targeted grant proposals.

Competition for funding is tough and researchers need help to make their grant applications stand out. Through deeper integration of Pivot-RP data, the Web of Science Grants Index helps researchers seamlessly incorporate valuable awarded grant data from hundreds of funders into their grant proposal development. Attend our upcoming webinar to learn more about the newest collection on the platform.

Attend this webinar to learn how you can:
Build a deeper understanding of what’s already been funded on a topic
Explore the published outcomes of previously awarded grants
View past funding activity alongside a wide array of research outputs on a topic in a single platform
Streamline your search for funding with direct links between Web of Science and Pivot-RP

Digital Humanities Workshop: Introduction to Recogito

Friday, March 8, 12:00-1:00 PM, Zoom.

Recogito is an open-source semantic annotation tool that allows you to tag key terms and reveal the relationships between key names, places, and events between multiple documents. Attendees will learn how to create an account, upload documents, and start working on tags and annotations

Presenters: Miriam Santana and Willem Borkgren.
Registration required.

Open Education Week Virtual Panel

Friday, March 8, 12:00-1:00 PM, Zoom.

UT Austin's OER Working Group invites you to celebrate Open Education Week (March 4-8) by joining our faculty/student panel for a virtual discussion on panel education practices.

Join us for a special Open Education Week discussion on applying open education practices in your teaching. Our student/faculty panel will discuss their experiences finding, adopting, and even creating open educational resources (OER) and other no-cost course materials. In addition to this faculty perspective, our panel will also include a student voice. Our student panelist is currently collaborating on an original OER project, bringing valuable and unique insight into how open pedagogy can transform student learning experiences.

This event is free and open to university faculty, graduate students, and staff. However, registration is required. REGISTER HERE.

Digital Humanities Workshop: Introduction to Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

Friday, March 22, 12:00-1:00 PM, Zoom.

This workshop introduces the basics of optical character recognition (OCR), which allows for full-text searching and other types of text manipulation of a digitized document.

Presenters: Dale J. Correa, Mercedes Morris, Natalya Stanke.
Registration required.

Library Events

Find more workshops on the
UT Library Events Calendar.

Annual Writing Skills Workshop

Coming Soon!

Presented by Dr. Kristen Gilger, University Writing Center

March 21, for undergrads

March 22-23, for everyone else

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