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Library Events & Workshops


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Zotero Tips & Tricks

1:00pm - 2:00pm, March 3, 2021
Online Workshop
Zotero is great for collecting, managing, and citing your personal library of references, but what's the next step? Come to this workshop to learn how to use Zotero to collaborate, explore advanced features, and get some tips to integrate Zotero into your research workflow!
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Data Viz for Total Beginners

11:00am - 12:00pm, March 3, 2021
Online Workshop

Are you interested in Data Visualization but have no idea where to start? Not sure you want to create complex data visualizations, but you want to be a more informed consumer? Want to create simple data visualizations? This workshop is for you! We'll cover the best practices for creating and consuming data visualizations, discuss common issues with data visualizations, and explore a simple tool to get started creating your own visualizations. 

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Intro to StoryMaps

11:00am - 12:00pm, March 11, 2021
Online Workshop
In this workshop participants will explore Esri StoryMaps, a powerful tool for narratives with embedded maps and media. In the workshop, we'll look at sample Story Maps, discuss best practices and walk through the features of the platform.

Creative Coding with P5.js : ONLINE WORKSHOP

06:00pm-08:00pm, March 24, 2021

Event Accessibility

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