Category: Events

  • Love Data Week

    Love Data Week

    During Love Data Week this February, we showed off our love for all things data. An international celebration that’s taken place since 2016 on the week of Valentine’s Day, Love Data Week aims to celebrate data in all forms, foster a community around data users and enthusiasts, and promote good practices around the sharing, management,…

  • David Jones TEI Workshop & Archival Display

    David Jones TEI Workshop & Archival Display

    Please complete the application form if you are interested in attending the workshop and can commit to the full three days. If accepted, you will be registered. (We apologize for not accepting everyone. Space is limited.) David Jones (1895-1974) was a Welsh artist and poet. The Burn’s Jones collection includes a range of written and visual…

  • BCDS Faculty Summer Incubator

    BCDS Faculty Summer Incubator

    This summer BC Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Group is holding a week-long incubator that will guide twelve BC faculty members through an exploration of digital scholarship methods and tools from a conceptual and technical standpoint. Participants will receive a $200 stipend following fall project presentations. When: June 6th-June 10th Where: O’Neill Library (in-person unless COVID requires…

  • Spring 2020 Data Services Workshop

    Digital Scholarship is happy to announce a series of 6 data-related workshops throughout Spring 2020. As the 2020 census will be launched on April 1st, our workshops are designed to increase awareness and understanding of the importance of the census, building data skills of using, managing and visualizing census data and other data sources in…

  • Celebrate GIS Day at O’Neill Library

    Celebrate GIS Day at O’Neill Library

    Our GIS Day celebration this year will provide a hands-on workshop featuring mapping in the humanities for non-ArcGIS users. In this workshop, attendees will have the opportunity to explore a mapping platform that contains and compares historical maps of Boston in the past century, produce demographic maps from their own data, and learn how to…