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31 events at GW Libraries.
This workshop will help you learn how to take notes before, during, and after class to help reinforce course material.
In this workshop, beginning learners will become familiar with the full video editing workflow from beginning to end.
This session will outline three research-based levels of design action to enhance academic integrity.
This workshop will discuss strategies for dealing with exam stress, methods for relaxation and strategies for effective studying.
Learn how to create maps of location data, like places and addresses, in this introductory workshop.
This workshop you will show you the secret to easily create effective content for your social media presence.
This workshop will walk you through the best practices of planning and designing interactive prototypes in Adobe XD.
Learn more about the key concepts of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and get started making basic maps using data.
Participants will learn how to connect to data, explore the Tableau interface, and build simple visualizations based on structured data.
This workshop will walk you through the R functionality you'll need to use when conducting hypothesis tests on continuous variables.
Participants will learn how to join two worksheets, build more complex visualizations, filter, and publish finished visualizations online.
This workshop will walk you through the R functionality you'll need to use when conducting hypothesis tests on categorical data.
Adobe After Effects allows you to add motion graphics, animation, special effects, and more to your video projects.
This workshop will provide a general overview of digital accessibility issues for faculty, staff, and graduate students.
This session will explore what the science of how people think and act can teach us about how students learn, and how to adjust our teaching in response.