Maps and Geospatial Information Center @Princeton: Fall 2019 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Workshops. Multiple classes and topics related to GIS from September 23 to November 6. All classes will be held in the Lewis Science Library Electronic Classroom 225 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Digital Humanities Lab at Rutgers University is offering multiple events during the Fall of 2019. Please see details and schedule here. In addition their Libraries host workshops in a wide variety of digital methods and techniques, including quantitative data analysis using Python, R, andmore. Full list and details available here.
October 18: Workshop by Dr. Matthew Lincoln, Carnegie Mellon University, "Critical Art Historical Data Visualization". 10:00 am-1:30 pm 104 McCormick Hall. Coponsored by Visual Resources in the Department of Art and Archaeology and the Center for Digital Humanties at Princeton. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 4: Digital Archives Now (Part of the Data Conversations Series). Please join Princeton University's Center for Digital Humanities and the Victorian Colloquium in the Hinds Library at 4:30 pm for a panel on exciting new work at the intersection of nineteenth-century studies, book history, and the digital humanities.
November 12: Princeton Geniza Lab Transcribe-A-thon. We will be sorting fragments into Hebrew or Arabic script then transcribing them into easy-to-read Hebrew and Arabic. No prior knowledge, experience or foreign language proficiency is required. Please bring your laptop with you. From 11 am to 3:00 pm, Jones Hall Room 202. For more information and to RSVP please email: email@example.com by October 25th.