“Wrangling Words into Data: Making Computers Understand Tweets and Text” is the second of five interactive workshops on digital scholarship for faculty and will be held Monday, Feb. 3, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Freedman Center at the Kelvin Smith Library. A pizza lunch will be provided.
The workshops are a collaborative initiative between UCITE and the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship and are designed to empower participants to incorporate CWRU’s digital tools and resources into their classroom experiences.
Three other sessions will be held in February:
- Feb. 10: When Data is a Location: Maps, Spatial Data & Photogrammetry
- Feb. 17: More than Numbers: How to Effectively Communicate with Your Data
- Feb. 24: Write Together: Using Scalar to Create Collaborative Digital Projects
To register, email UCITE at email@example.com.