This guest post was written by Rebecca Stuhr, Coordinator for Humanities Collections at Penn Libraries. (Updated 3/18/14)
Several departments in Penn Libraries are helping put forth a new set of workshops in the Digital Scholarship Series. These workshops are intended for students, faculty, research staff, and librarians working within any discipline who are looking for guidance and conversation about making the research process more manageable and accessible.
We are looking forward to a collaborative learning environment, so plan to share your ideas, experience, and knowledge about scholarship in the digital environment.
This semester we are focusing on research management and the first workshop is coming right up. All workshops are at noon at the Kislak Center, 6th Floor Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center, Seminar Room 625. For workshop details and registration, please visit the WICshops Calendar and filter by Digital Scholarship.
February 4: Making the Most of a Trip to the Archives. Led by Holly Mengel, Archivist at the Kislak Center
February 12: Working with Messy Text, a follow up to our screen scraping and text mining workshops last fall. Led by Molly Des Jardins, Mitch Fraas, and Dot Porter
March 19: Keeping Track of Research Notes looking at process and methods. Led by Katie Rawson, Nick Okrent, and Rebecca Stuhr.
March 26: Managing Citations. We will discuss several tools available – Refworks, Zotero, Endnote, Mendeley, Papers, etc. – for managing citations and PDFs that are detailed in our Citation Management Guide. Led by Heather Glaser and Anu Vedantham
April 9: Research Management Practices, a cross-disciplinary panel presentation. Led by Karrie Peterson and Nykia Perez Kibler, Director of Information, Population Studies Center.