Web Scraping with Python's Beautiful Soup
This workshop will introduce attendees to techniques for scraping information from the web using Python’s Beautiful Soup (bs4) toolkit. We will begin with a basic overview of the “anatomy” or structure of a webpage.
Book Display – Does This Make You Uncomfortable? Good: Celebrating Social Justice in Banned and Challenged Books (February 19-25, 2024)
A focused display for Freedom to Read Week, highlighting banned and challenged books based on gender and social justice issues, including a physical display and an online featured collection.
Introduction to Document Typesetting and Scientific Publishing with LaTeX
LaTeX is a typesetting programming language used to produce beautiful documents. It especially excels at scientific, mathematic, and engineering specific layouts, but can be used to produce nearly any sort of document.
Sonification: Communicating Data with Sound
In this two-part workshop, participants will be introduced to the theory and practice of data sonification.
How to Implement Encryption to Protect your Research Data
The modern online environment is dangerous - data breaches and cyber attacks are increasingly prevalent, making safeguarding sensitive research data more important than ever.
Writer in Residence Finale with Jaclyn Desforges
Join us to celebrate author Jaclyn Desforges, 2023-24 Writer in Residence. This event will also include select readings from community members who worked with Jaclyn during her residency.
Sensitive Data Management
Are you working with environmental, commercial, health, personal, or other sensitive data? Are you unsure whether your data is sensitive and unclear on your responsibilities for managing it?
Preserving Your Digital Scholarship Projects
Don't lose all that hard work you've put into creating a digital scholarship project! With all the moving parts involved, digital scholarship projects can “break” two or three years after completion when preservation concerns aren’t considered.
Data Management Plan (DMP) Boot Camp
Data Management Plans are both incredibly helpful research tools and increasingly required for grants but it can hard to know how to complete a Data Management Plan if it’s your first time.