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.
Data and Project Consultations and Interdisciplinary Consultation Hours
Meet in-person or virtually with interdisciplinary data experts for help working with all types of data and research computing resources. See our Areas of Expertise below for a snapshot of what we can offer you and your research team, and checkout our support tiers. To set-up a consultation, please email us.
During the regular academic year, we offer open consultation hours on zoom and in-person Tuesdays in our CRDDS training space in Norlin Library, E206, and zoom only on Thursdays. Note that summer consultations are by appointment - please email us. For statistical support, please submit a LISA collaboration request.
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. We also host virtual, hybrid, and in-person workshops and seminars during regularly scheduled courses, which should be arranged a minimum of three weeks in advance. Generally, we do not record our trainings in order to foster full engagement and to protect learners' privacy.