2022 Training Programme Second Semester: Registrations Open

We are pleased to announce our Training Programme for the second semester 2023/24.

We are excited to offer a range of training events covering topics like 3D data, advanced text analysis, and much more.

To see the full range of events available visit our Training Homepage, where you can get full details of the events and filter results based on the level of difficulty, the type of training, and the topics covered.

We are offering both workshops and courses this semester. Workshops are self-contained and last between one to three hours. Courses are longer training events comprised of two to three classes. All our workshops and courses are hands-on events so they will often require some preparation (installation of software, downloading of teaching material, etc.)

Around half of our programme will be delivered remotely (via Teams) and the other half will take place in person at the Digital Scholarship Centre on the top floor of the Central Library and at the UCreate Studio. Please make sure to check if the training you intend to attend will take place remotely or in person. 

CDCS also offers other types of training and support for the CAHSS researchers:

  • Silent Disco events. These are asynchronous learning sessions where attendees will be pointed to tutorial content that they can work through at their own pace. An instructor will be available via Microsoft Teams chat to help with issues and further questions on the topic/training. 

  • Digital Method of the Month meetings. These are one-hour sessions where we discuss the practicalities of a specific method. This is a great space to learn about new methods and find out about their associated benefits and pitfalls, to help you figure out if this method is suitable for your own research project 

  • Data Surgery meetings. These meetings are aimed at researchers who are in the process of applying digital and data-driven methods to their research and are looking for some advice and support from fellow researchers. 

If you have any questions about our programme or any specific training pop along to our Q&A session Thursday 12/01 between 15:30 and 16:30.

Training Events by Topic