Workshops

Workshops at the University of Texas Libraries are free, drop-in workshops on topics related to research, digital tools and more. All workshops are free, open to everyone and located across Libraries locations. Workshops with invited speakers or co-organized with outside institutions may be subject to registration fees. Non-UT affiliated persons can connect to our WiFi network through the UTGuest network or EduRoam.

Upcoming Workshops

Tuesday Oct. 11
1 to 2 p.m.
Online (Zoom)

If you’ve ever been curious about publishing an open access (OA) article, wanted to know what’s involved in running an OA journal, or how OA can work for books and monographs, then please join us for a virtual discussion. Event Details

Tuesday Oct. 25
Conducting a Literature Review
1 to 2 p.m.
Online (Zoom)

A literature review is an important part of many writing and research projects. This workshop will provide a structured approach to doing a literature review, help identify where to search, and suggest tools for getting organized. This workshop will be held virtually on Zoom. Event Details

Friday Oct. 28
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Noon to 1 p.m.
Virtual

This workshop will discuss important considerations for researchers who are looking to preserve and publish their data. It will also highlight specific repositories that you can make use of to satisfy data preservation requirements and support open science. During the workshop we will demonstrate how to use the Texas Data Repository and discuss how to link deposited data to items in Texas ScholarWorks. Register here: http://ow.ly/xwSn50KvXzA Event Details

Nov. 2 - 4
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Online (Virtual)

The course is aimed at graduate students and other researchers. You don't need to have any previous knowledge of the tools that will be presented at the workshop. This example-driven three-day workshop is on data management, analysis and visualization with Python. See full description for hardware requirements and registration links. Event Details

Wednesday Nov. 9
Noon to 1 p.m.
Online (Zoom)

Description: F C 342, French Through Coding, was designed, under the Experiential Learning Initiative, to offer a gentle introduction to skills common in Natural Language Processing (NLP) with a focus on processing texts in French, and now, in other Romance languages. Event Details

Past Workshops

Friday Sept. 30
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Noon to 1 p.m.
Virtual

his workshop is a basic introduction to R and RStudio. It assumes no prior knowledge of R or programming. We ask that participants download R and then RStudio prior to the start of this workshop so that you can participate in a few active learning exercises throughout the session. More information and registration: http://ow.ly/QBK050KvX2v Event Details

Friday Sept. 30
9:30 to 11 a.m.
Online (Zoom)

The UT OER Working Group is hosting a workshop to introduce participants to open educational resources (OER). Instructors can leverage the open licenses assigned to OER to offer their students free, immediate access to course materials as well as to copy and adapt those materials to meet the needs of their course. Participants will gain hands-on experience exploring the resources available in commonly used OER discovery tools. Event Details

Thursday Sept. 29
Noon to 1 p.m.
PCL Learning Lab 3 | PCL 2.350

Do you often find yourself doing research on your tablet or phone and wonder if there’s a better way to save and organize your work? In this workshop, we will cover how to use Zotero––a free citation management tool––on the go with a mobile device. We will review the unique mobile functionality of Zotero for iOS, including collecting citations, organizing your research, adding citations to foonotes or endnotes, and building a bibliography. Event Details

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