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Introduction to Zotero 11:00 am
Introduction to Zotero @ New Brunswick
Sep 12 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Zotero is a free application that collects, manages, and formats citations and bibliographies. In this introductory, hands-on workshop, we’ll learn how to create collections for different projects, attach PDFs and notes to references, tag references for easy searching, and generate citations and bibliographies in Word. Please download Zotero 6 for your OS and the connector for your favorite browser. Instructor: Francesca Giannetti, Digital Humanities LibrarianRead More →
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Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI (Part 1 of Day 1) 9:45 am
Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI (Part 1 of Day 1) @ Alexander Library, Teleconference Lecture Hall
Sep 15 @ 9:45 am – 2:00 pm
Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI (Part 1 of Day 1) @ Alexander Library, Teleconference Lecture Hall | New Brunswick | New Jersey | United States
What hidden voices could be found in archival collections using Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Who else’s stories could be told? Rutgers University and Durham University UK will be holding two joint workshops to investigate how AI can be used to help us make sense of our archival collections, especially those that relate to Japan in Meiji Period (the late nineteenth century). Both events are in-person only. The Rutgers workshops, held September 15th-16th, are led by Special Collections and University Archives (SC/UA) and the Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC) in association with the department of Asian Languages and Cultures. Day One is open to the public (atRead More →
Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI (Part 2 of Day 1) 2:00 pm
Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI (Part 2 of Day 1) @ Alexander Library, Teleconference Lecture Hall (
Sep 15 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI (Part 2 of Day 1) @ Alexander Library, Teleconference Lecture Hall ( | New Brunswick | New Jersey | United States
What hidden voices could be found in archival collections using Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Who else’s stories could be told? Rutgers University and Durham University UK will be holding two joint workshops to investigate how AI can be used to help us make sense of our archival collections, especially those that relate to Japan in Meiji Period (the late nineteenth century). Both events are in-person only. The Rutgers workshops, held September 15th-16th, are led by Special Collections and University Archives (SC/UA) and the Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC) in association with the department of Asian Languages and Cultures. Day One is open to the public (atRead More →
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Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI: Grant working meeting (Day 2) 9:00 am
Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI: Grant working meeting (Day 2) @ CoRE
Sep 16 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Exploring Japanese Cultural Heritage Collections with AI: Grant working meeting (Day 2) @ CoRE | Piscataway | New Jersey | United States
Day Two will be working sessions to fine-tune research questions for future grants and preparation for the upcoming workshop at Durham University UK. It will be held at Rutgers CoRE. The Rutgers workshops are led by Special Collections and University Archives and the Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC) in association with the department of Asian Languages and Cultures. The Durham workshops, held  October 10-11th in Durham UK, will be hosted in association with Advanced Research Computing (ARC), the Institute for Data Science (IDAS), and Museums, Galleries and Exhibitions.Read More →
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Babs Siperstein Humanities and Medicine Seminars – Focus on LGBTQ Issues 6:00 pm
Babs Siperstein Humanities and Medicine Seminars – Focus on LGBTQ Issues @ New Brunswick
Sep 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Presentation Title: LIVING A LIE Presenter: Nicole (Niki) Brownstein Nicole is a transgender and community activist. In her presentation, she will share her background and her personal journey of transformation. She graduated from RCA Institutes and Nassau College prior to beginning her 43 year career with IBM. During those years, she advanced from an engineer, to an offering developer, to a managing consultant, to a Certified ISO9000 Lead Auditor, to a manager and finally to a global manager. At the time of her retirement in 2011 she was managing three global teams which consisted of approximately seventy specialists. Upon retiring, Nicole found the time toRead More →
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Introduction to Zotero 2:00 pm
Introduction to Zotero @ New Brunswick
Sep 20 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Zotero is a free application that collects, manages, and formats citations and bibliographies. In this introductory, hands-on workshop, we’ll learn how to create collections for different projects, attach PDFs and notes to references, tag references for easy searching, and generate citations and bibliographies in Word. Please download Zotero 6 for your OS and the connector for your favorite browser. Instructor: Francesca Giannetti, Digital Humanities LibrarianRead More →
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DH Mixer 3:00 pm
DH Mixer
Sep 26 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Back by popular acclaim, the Digital Humanities Mixer allows us all to get to know each other, no matter our departmental affiliation or favored research “hammer.” If you are interested in digital research methods, if you study digital culture, or if you are just curious about DH and interested in meeting like-minded people, this one is for you. We especially encourage graduate students and faculty to attend and give a two minute (max!) lightning talk about their research interests—whether you’ve just begun thinking about some topic, or are further along on a project. These talks can be brief and informal, but you are welcome toRead More →
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Introduction to NVivo 10:00 am
Introduction to NVivo @ New Brunswick
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
NVivo is a qualitative data analysis software that helps researchers manage, code, and markup data for both mixed methods and qualitative studies. This workshop introduces the NVivo workspace and basic features, including organizing data, making mind maps, and getting acquainted with data coding. It also provides an overview of qualitative methods commonly used in the humanities and social sciences. Online presentation and discussion. Register to receive link to attend. Presenter: Xu Guo, Qualitative Methods Graduate SpecialistRead More →
“Stand out in a crowd! Understand what Data Science is and how it can boost your profile” 11:30 am
“Stand out in a crowd! Understand what Data Science is and how it can boost your profile” @ New Brunswick
Sep 29 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
This workshop will give participants a sense of what data science is and what are the different parts of the data cycle. We will provide practical examples from different domains that explain how usage of some or all parts of the data science cycle may benefit you in your academic work and professional careers.Read More →
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