The Research Hub at UNC Libraries announces a fall calendar full of opportunities for UNC community members to master new skills and envision new research horizons.
In addition to a grand opening celebration on Oct. 23, events will take place throughout the fall semester.
The Research Hub makes the entire research lifecycle at UNC more connected, collaborative, and technology-enabled. Data visualization, GIS, digital humanities, and 3D printing are all part of the Hub’s services, and all have a place on the fall 2014 calendar.
Calendar highlights include the following:
- Intro to 3D printing workshops from 5-6 p.m. in the Kenan Science Library (Venable G307)
- Sept. 23 and 29
- Oct. 7, 20, 28
- Nov. 3, 11, 17
- Data visualization workshops (Davis 247):
- Sept. 16 – Principles of Data Visualization
- Oct. 14 – Make Messy Data More Useful
- Oct. 28 – Digital Map Making
- Nov. 18 – (Relatively) Easy Data Visualization
- CHIP Health Informatics Seminars and Accelerate Your Research workshops at the Health Sciences Library
- Oct. 6 – The NIH Public Access Policy and Compliance Requirements
- Oct. 9 – Leveraging Citation Managers
- CHIP Health Informatics Seminars most Wednesdays
- Open Access Week programming Oct. 21 through 23
- Census Data workshops Oct. 29 and 30, co-sponsored by the Odum Institute
- Drop-in copyright consultations with Scholarly Communications Officer Anne Gilliland
To learn more about the Research Hub at UNC Libraries, and to view an online Hub calendar, visit https://library.unc.edu/hub/.