The Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies’ Humanist Data Lab and WestGrid have organized a Software Carpentry for Humanists workshop on February 22 and 23.
This workshop will unlock the research power of your computer, save you hours, and free you from the artificial limitations set by software.
Learn to clean messy text, do large-scale text analysis, back up your work, publish to the web, visualize your text, and learn about the free research resources available through WestGrid and Compute Canada.
Faculty and students are welcome to attend the full two days, or just the modules that are the most applicable.
Date: February 22 and February 23, 2016
Time: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Engineering Management Education building, room EME 1153
To register, visit: computecanada.github.io/2016-02-22-ubco
To find out more, contact Constance Crompton, assistant professor of digital humanities and English, at email@example.com.