Episode 11 of the @brock_dsl podcast is now available! Sharing, Swartz, Schol Comm comments from Elizabeth Yates. Oh and we can't forget networking like a boss! bit.ly/dslpodcast11

Want to find a compelling way tell a story with your research? Inspire and engage your audience with maps, images, videos and text combined using Esri Story Maps. In our next workshop "Esri Story Maps - Harness the Power of Maps to Tell Your Story", guests will use ready-made templates to develop a story map based on the 1900 diary of an 18-year old girl from St. Catharines. Beginners Welcome!
February 6, 11-12:30.
Sign up at experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9
Email: dsl@brocku.ca

Ice cream, game shows, and Sweet Sweet Collaboration! Episode 5 of the Digital Scholarship Lab podcast "Steering the Digital Scholarship" is now available!
bit.ly/dslpodcast5

Coming up this Friday is the Introduction to ArcGIS Pro workshop. This workshop is an amazing introduction to Geographic Information Systems and is super fun as well!
Don't miss it!
BEGINNERS WELCOME.
experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9

Join the Brock DSL for an amazing hands-on learning opportunity! We will be hosting a Software Carpentry workshop on February 21-22, 9am-5pm. You will learn basic research computing skills that will help you to complete tasks more quickly.

To learn more about Software Carpentry visit: software-carpentry.org/

Information for the Brock DSL workshop and registration details can be found at: experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9

Email dsl@brocku.ca if you have questions.

Last call to register for our Intro. to Python workshop being held tomorrow from 10am-12pm. Only 6 spaces left! experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9

Where in the World?? Want to learn how to answer this question? Join us for an introductory level workshop that will delve into the world of Geographic Information Systems. Using a fun fictional scenario we'll learn basic functionality ArcGIS Pro. Sign up at: experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9.

Next up on the Digital Scholarship Lab Winter Workshop Series...experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9
Contact dsl@brocku.ca for more information.

Here's what we're up to this semester. HINT: Workshops aplenty.
bit.ly/DSLWorkshops

It's not too late to sign up for the Introduction to the Command Line Workshop! Beginners ARE welcome! Come and learn how to use CLI to work more efficiently on your computer! Monday 1-2:30. experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9
Email dsl@brocku.ca for more info.

Episode 4 of the Digital Scholarship Lab podcast is now available. Learn more about how we "werk it"! bit.ly/dslpodcast4

How do you keep track of references and sources you are using for papers you are writing? Do you use a Word document, an Excel spreadsheet, scraps of paper? We're curious! If you are interested in learning more about citation management contact dsl@brocku.ca

Wondering what the Brock Digital Scholarship Lab has to offer you this semester? Check out all of the amazing workshops being offered! experiencebu.brocku.ca/organiz
Also, find out more about digital scholarship at brocku.ca/library/dsl/

Extra! Extra! New Digital Scholarship Lab Blog Series Starts NOW! bit.ly/DSLInternBlog

Join the Brock DSL for a hands-on Software Carpentry workshop! February 21-22, 9am-5pm. You will learn basic research computing skills including program design, version control, data management, and task automation, all of which can help get research done more quickly. Learn more at: experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9

A new semester means writing new research papers! Join us for a workshop on the citation management tool Zotero to learn how to make this process easier. January 16, 10-11:30. experiencebu.brocku.ca/event/9

Episode 3 NOW AVAILABLE! Just in time for the holidays. Topics include: Fav Books, Marketing and Social Media, and the "Viz Biz". bit.ly/dslpodcast3

Command Line for the holidays! Join our workshop TOMORROW. Classroom A, James A. Gibson Library, Brock U. 10-11:30 a.m. ALL are WELCOME!

Show more
Mastodon

Server run by the main developers of the project 🐘 It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!