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33 events at GW Libraries.
In this workshop we help you understand how to acquire social media for your research, focusing on Twitter.
Poet Brian G. Gilmore will be reading from his latest collection, "Come See about Me, Marvin" and discussing his work.
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.
In this workshop we’ll talk about basic tenets of accessibility and usability, and walk through tools and tricks to better organize Blackboard.
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.
This workshop will cover easy ways to make your existing documents accessible, as well as how to also create better looking and more organized “born accessible” documents.
Learn how the digital accessibility tool, Blackboard Ally, can help ensure your digital course content meets GW accessibility guidelines and provides individuals with disabilities equal access.
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.
This hands-on intermediate Python workshop will guide participants through the use of the Python requests-html library for working with content on websites.
Participants will learn how to join two worksheets, build more complex visualizations, filter, and publish finished visualizations online.