2020/21 Event Series

Digital Scholarship @UTSC

Events will all be held remotely for the time being. Our event list continues to grow and registration links are being added, so check back regularly for updates.  If you have any questions or recommendations for future Digital Scholarship @UTSC events, please email us at digitalscholarship@utsc.utoronto.ca.

October 6 Open Access Repositories 101: Principles and technologies supporting open access and academic research (part of the iSkills series, registration is restricted to current Faculty of Information students and alumni)
October21-23 Open Access Week: Publishing Drop-Ins 
November 19 1-3p.m. Introduction to APIs
December 8-9 10a.m.-3p.m. Teaching with Open Broadcaster Software (OBS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past Events

January 8-9 Library Carpentries
January 8 Fundamentals of Data Visualization (GPS Accredited)
January 18 Open Tamil Texts for Machine Processing
January 29 Finding Canadian Statistics
February 18 ArcGIS Online: An Introduction
February 26 Introduction to 3D Design, Scanning and Printing
March 2 Introduction to NVivo
Cancelled Data Resources for Entrepreneurs (Entrepreneurship Series)
Cancelled Research Data Management Workshop (GPS accredited)
Cancelled Data Visualization for Startups (Entrepreneurship Series) 
Cancelled Open Government Week - "Finding Canadian Statistics"
Cancelled Finding Data & Statistics: Resources for Researchers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Digital Scholarship @UTL

The Map and Data Library has organized a webinar series for this fall called Snacking on Bits and Bytes - Learning on all things Data. The fall sessions include presentations by librarians and staff from User Services - Robarts,  Information Technology Services and the Map and Data Library. MDL also makes a number of tutorials available on relevant topics. 

 

The Digital Scholarship Unit at the University of Toronto Mississauga Library has also organized tutorials, listed below. Resources and documentation for all workshops can be found at the following URL a couple of days before the workshop starts: https://utmlibrary.github.io/toolkit