PLEASE NOTE: This course is FULLY BOOKED. To enquire about spaces on a waiting list, please contact Emma Huber: email@example.com
Thursdays 2pm-2.30pm, weeks 1-8
Graduate Group Study Room, Taylor Institution Library
The club is for anyone who is using/experimenting with digital methods for their Humanities research, or thinking of doing so. Anyone with expertise to share is also very welcome.
Library staff will provide books and resources for self-guided learning for a range of different types of coding, from html and css, to R and Ruby. However, this is intended to be a peer-support group. It coincides with the practical exercise part of the Introduction to Digital Humanities course. Participants in this course are automatically members of the Coding Club.
The club is complemented by a SharePoint site, with all members able to add resources and recommendations, as well as make use of the discussion board.
23 January 2020
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6 February 2020
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5 March 2020
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For further information, please contact Emma Huber: firstname.lastname@example.org