Our education and training opportunities bring together experts across domains in research computing, research data management, digital humanities, data visualization, and scholarly communication, in order to offer a wide range of events, resources, and support throughout the research data lifecycle. We do this by teaching workshops, courses, tutorials, and informal seminars, and by hosting one-on-one and group consultations to teach important skills in working with data.
Interdisciplinary Consultation Hours
On Tuesday and Thursdays while classes are in session, meet in-person or virtually with interdisciplinary data experts for help working with all forms of data, coding in R and Python, Digital Humanities, computational and digital research methods, using CU Research Computing resources, and publishing data and open access scholarship. We previously cohosted statistical support with the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis (LISA); please submit a collaboration request for LISA. To receive the Zoom information for CRDDS consultation hours, please register in advance. Drop-in in-person is available on Tuesdays in Norlin E206 (CRDDS), in which no registration is required. Zoom options are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and by appointment.
Trainings, Events, and Courses
Below is a brief catalog of topics and our areas of expertise. We welcome your ideas for new offerings, collaborations and co-sponsorship opportunities. Past collaborators include LISA, RIO, CTL, and ASSETT, to name a few. Please contact us with suggestions and questions. We also host workshops and seminars during regularly scheduled courses, which must be arranged a minimum of three weeks in advance. During the 2022/23 academic year, we will deliver these virtually through Zoom, hybrid, and in-person. We do not record our trainings in order to allow for full engagement and to protect student privacy.