Each semester, we offer workshop series that encourage researchers to explore and experiment with digital scholarship methods and tools. The goal of our workshops is to engage in variety of digital research techniques across fields and disciplines, including data science, computational social sciences, and Digital Humanities. Interdisciplinary in nature, topics cover the entire digital project lifecycle, from curating and working with data, to analysis and visualization, whether it's through text mining, network analaysis, or data / digital storytelling. To learn more and register for these workshops, visit the CRDDS events page. For workshop materials, see our OSF repository.
If you would like to request training on a particular method or tool, please let us know. Workshops can be held for general audiences, individual groups, and tailored for particular classes.