Two workshops on Box will be offered in March. Registration is not required.
In this Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week post, one of a series of posts from UA Libraries and UA campus community bloggers, Academic Technologies Instruction Librarian Melissa Green discusses access to copyrighted works for persons with disabilities made possible under provisions of sections 121 and 107 of the Copyright Act.
In this Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week post, one of a series of posts from UA Libraries and UA campus community bloggers, Government Documents Librarian Dr. Kevin Walker discusses copyright, public domain, and fair use as they pertain to United States federal government publications.
These following sessions on the basics of using NVivo software for qualitative data analysis are being provided by QSR International for their enterprise customers, including UA faculty, staff, and students. The one-hour live sessions will cover how to import and code either text (documents & PDFs) or other types of data (audio/video, images, surveys & social media) on both PC and Mac. Continue reading
During the Fall 2015 semester, the Libraries offered workshops on geospatial information systems and mapping (ArcGIS, Story Maps, and Google Maps, Earth, and Fusion Tables), Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Sway), NVivo, and SPSS. Workshops on academic paper formatting and references in Microsoft Word were offered in both Gorgas Library and online via Blackboard Collaborate.
Many thanks to the Department of Geography’s Dr. Steven Ericson, who offered Introduction to ArcGIS and Story Maps workshops in Rodgers Library, and the College of Education’s Dr. Sara Tomek, who offered Introduction to SPSS, Advanced SPSS: ANOVA, and Advanced SPSS: Categorical Data workshops in McLure Library.
Thanks also to those who participated in our workshops. We hope to see you again in Spring 2016!
Our newest LibGuide offers resources to help you use Sway, a free app from Microsoft Office. Create and share interactive reports, presentations, assignments, projects and more online at sway.com and with free apps for Windows 10 and iOS (iPhone and iPad).
While this blog’s primary focus is the academic software installed on public computers in the UA Libraries, we occasionally highlight other library and campus services and spaces at the intersection of academics and technology.
The Office of Library Technology recently announced a new Occasional Lecture Series on Library Technology, the purpose of which is to share what is happening in library technology, both at UA and beyond. Continue reading