Digital Humanities Walk-in Hours
Python, R, Digital Humanities software and Research Data Management
Do you have questions about creating datasets, sharing them or data security? Struggling with your Python script? Looking for a suitable digital tool to use for your research project? Do you have questions on how to analyse your data with R?
You are welcome to visit the Digital Humanities Walk-in Hours for face-to-face advice about all kinds of questions related to research data and/or digital humanities software, Python and R. A scientific developer from the Digital Humanities Lab, a member from Research Data Management (RDM) Support and a DH specialist of the University Library will be present to answer your questions.
Every Wednesday from 14:00 to 15:00 hours, starting September the 7th until December the 14th, 2022.
The Living Lab Digital Humanities, located in the University Library City Centre, Drift 27, Room 0.32.
- For whom? The walk-in hours are open for all staff members and students within the Faculty of Humanities. You are welcome with all your questions, from beginner to advanced level.
- Not in Utrecht? Join digitally
Are you unable to be physically present in Utrecht on Wednesdays? It is also possible to visit the Walk-in Hours digitally. Each live Walk-in Hour consultation is accompanied by a Teams meeting session, which you are welcome to join. Through this link you will automatically join the next Teams meeting of the Walk-in Hours.
Is this day or time inconvenient for you? It is also possible to schedule a separate appointment with one of our digital humanities advisors via email@example.com
Would you like a tour of the Living Lab Digital Humanities and hear about the possibilities this space has to offer? Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org