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Digital Scholarship Workshops & Seminars
NTU Library runs workshops (W) & seminars (S) on the use of various tools & methods under the Digital Scholarship Tools and Methods series. This series of workshops and seminars take place on Tuesday/Thursday afternoons during the semester. The venue, unless stated otherwise, is at Alexandria, Library Instructional Commons (N2-B3A-01). All NTU / NIE staff, students and alumni are welcome.
For dates and time of these events, please check the Workshop Schedule section on this page.
Presentation Tools & Sources
- Jazzing up your presentation with Prezi (W)
- Picture perfect: finding and using images for your projects (S)
- Designing infographics with Canva and Piktochart (W)
Data Visualisation & GIS
- Cleaning data with Open Refine (W)
- An introduction to QGIS (W)
- Data visualisation with Tableau (W)
- Mapping and visualising your spatial research data with ArcGIS (W)
- Applying advanced data visualisation techniques with Tableau (W)
Text Mining & Machine Learning
- Getting started with text mining for the humanities (S)
- Powerful text mining techniques with Open Refine (W)
- Getting started in Machine Learning in 60 mins (S)
- Designing and creating your research website with Blogs@NTU (S)
- Telling stories with StoryMapJS (W)
- Building Online Exhibition and Digital Library with Omeka (S)
- Making Timelines using free Online Tools (W)
Consultation by Appointment:
NTU / NIE students and staff are welcome to request for a consultation on the use of specific tools or general questions relating to data visualisation and digital publishing. Please contact our staff at email@example.com to make an appointment.