Workshops

There are several workshop series on Duke's campus that can help you with some component of your digital humanities project. These series include workshops on more general topics, like best practices for visualization, data creation for Humanities research, and survey design to more specific topics likes tools for data mining and learning python web programming.

DVS offers workshops in data collection and the latest tools and methods for geospatial analysis and visualization.

Topics/Methods covered in the series: Mapping/GIS, Networks, Text

DSS offers a variety of workshops and symposia focused on digital scholarship methods, tools, and best practices.

OIT Training provides technology training opportunities to support the academic needs of Duke students, staff and faculty. This training include in-person and online workshops and seminars, as well as one-on-one personalized opportunities.

Topics/Methods covered in the series: Virtual and Augmented Reality

RC workshops teach basic technology competencies for research like using the Linux command line and cloud computing.

Topics/Methods covered in the series: Virtual and Augmented Reality, Text

Roots workshops help students of any skill level gain an understanding of a variety of web, mobile, and 3D tools and technologies.

Topics/Methods covered in the series: Virtual and Augmented Reality

SSRI provides workshops on tools and methods for interview and survey design like Qualtrics and NVivo.

Topics/Methods covered in the series: Text