Interested in getting started in data driven research or exploring a new approach to working with research data?  Data and Visualization Services’ workshop series features a range of courses designed to showcase the latest data tools and methods.  Begin working with data in our Basic Data Cleaning/Analysis or the new Structuring Humanities Data  workshop. Explore data visualization… read more » about Data and Visualization Services Workshop Series

In partnership with departments across Duke and practitioners across the Research Triangle, Digital Scholarship Services (DSS) offers a variety of workshops and symposia focused on digital scholarship methods, tools, and best practices. Duke Libraries Digital Scholarship & Publishing Services department collaborates with researchers in the humanities and interpretive social sciences, at any… read more » about Digital Scholarship Series

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. The OIT Learn IT @ Lunch series is an opportunity to learn about technology in a relaxed lunch environment. This series runs during the fall and spring… read more » about OIT Training

Duke Research Computing plays a role in building basic technology competencies for research through regular short courses, workshops, and symposia that touch on: specific skills (such as mastering Linux, learning programming languages, and using a cluster computing scheduler like SLURM) transformational developments in information technology (such as “containerization”… read more » about Research Computing Workshop Series

Roots workshops are meant to help students of any skill and confidence level comfortably start to gain an understanding of how to make use of a variety of tools and technologies. The goal here is not to make you an expert - we know that takes time - but to help you get to the point where you're excited and confident about starting your own project.… read more » about Roots Program

SSRI offers workshops on a diverse array of topics throughout the year. They typically run for two to four hours and focus on a particular task, methodology or software relating to statistical analysis, ethnographic research design, and survey research and design. Open to anyone at Duke, these workshops are free of charge and are not for curricular credit.… read more » about SSRI Workshop Series