Instructors: Kevin Hegg & Chia-Hsuan Yang

Description

Part of The Digital Scholarship Series

In the era of digitalization and “big data”, the ability to code or program can be a key to access abundant data, manage research data and process, and reduce iterative manual work. Scholars may gain those benefits of coding in their research. In this session, we will explore why and when scholars should consider coding in their work, how coding or programming can help researchers in their scholarship, and where to find coding resources.

Objectives

The Digital Scholarship Series

This is an introductory series that will introduce faculty and graduate students to the theories and practices of digital scholarship, promote a community of digital scholars and explore the relationship between digital scholarship, digital pedagogy, and scholarly communication.

Other workshops in the series: (Each workshop is a stand-alone session. Choose sessions that suit your interest and needs.)

Contact

For questions regarding session logistics or registration please contact askthelibrary@jmu.edu

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