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Codecademy's catalog offers a variety of courses to learn technical skills through interactive lessons. Practice projects and quizzes are available for our Pro members. Mix of free and at cost material. Full catalog.
Every course on Coursera is taught by instructors from universities and educational institutions. Courses include recorded video lectures, auto-graded and peer-reviewed assignments, and community discussion forums. When you complete a course, you’ll receive a sharable electronic Course Certificate. At cost. Browse courses.
Library Juice Academy offers a range of online professional development workshops for librarians and other library staff, focusing on practical topics to build new skills. Emphasis is on student interaction with instructors and with each other, supported by a variety of class assignments and reading materials. The instructors are librarians and LIS faculty who have developed specialized knowledge in the subjects they teach. Our workshops earn Continuing Education Units, and are intended as professional development activities. Workshops are taught asynchronously, so you can participate as your own schedule allows, within a four or six-week period. Though LJA's target audience is librarians and library staff, registration is not restricted to those groups. There are several courses that pertain to digital scholarship such as Creating Online Exhibits with Omeka, Introduction to XML, Introduction to Digital Humanities for Librarians, Metadata Design, Introduction to GIS and GeoWeb Technologies, Research Data Management, Introduction to Text Encoding, etc. At cost. Courses.
Lynda.com is an online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Made freely available for those with a Lexington Public Library card. Courses listed by subject A-Z.
While there is a lot of attention given to creating digital humanities (DH) projects, it is equally important to be able to read and engage with DH projects that already exist. This webinar is intended for library personnel in all areas who want to help researchers explore and engage with projects that are relevant to their fields of interest. We will focus on learning to see the critical arguments and research questions that are driving the projects, as well as understanding the choices that project creators are making with the materials they use. Seeing these aspects more clearly can help to build bridges between the projects themselves and other scholarly resources, and can help researchers who are new to the digital humanities better understand how they might incorporate DH projects into their research or into the classroom alongside other library resources. In the course of the webinar, we’ll explore these aspects both in relation to big and small DH projects. At the end of this webinar, attendees will be better equipped to introduce faculty and students to DH projects in the context of research and course support.
This guide provides advice, resources, and contact information for people who can help you with all of your research data management needs.
If you need help creating a data management plan, assessing the data management needs of a particular project, or identifying solutions for data management and archiving, please email: Researchdata@LSV.UKY.EDU
Engage in scholarly studies using research data that are freely available online. This list of tools will help you search for research datasets.
High-level aggregate data on UK students, faculty, employees, and budget.
A topic-centric list of high-quality open datasets in public domains.
This Forbes article (Feb. 12, 2016) lists 33 publicly-accessible sources for data.
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Our Analytics Community of Practice (ANALYTICS-COP) LISTSERV is a valuable resource to anyone at the University that will be working with the applications and data that we support. Through this mailing list we communicate important information such as upcoming presentations, workshops, and application (e.g., Tableau, SAP HANA, Business Objects, etc.) updates and outages.
This university-wide interest group is designed to share information and foster collaboration related to Digital Scholarship at the University of Kentucky. This discussion forum is used to: organize talks / brown bags / lectures / invited speakers; share announcements of upcoming events and activities; send requests for information and collaboration; provide news of advancements in the field; share information on funding opportunities; send anything else of pertinence to Digital Scholarship at the University of Kentucky. This list is maintained by the University of Kentucky Collaboratory for Research in Computing for Humanities (RCH - http://www.rch.uky.edu/). Subscription to the DigitalScholarship list is open to faculty, stuff and students at the University of Kentucky, but is subject to approval by the list owner(s).