Workshops @UT Libraries are free, drop-in workshops on topics related to research, writing, oral communication and more. All workshops are free, open to everyone and located across UT Libraries locations. Non-UT affiliated persons cannot get on our network for online access.
Are you curious about what exactly fair use is? Have you ever wondered if you can use images in your PowerPoint presentations? Are you unsure of whether free videos on YouTube are copyrighted? Do you have questions about what types of articles you can provide to your students? Join us to hear about these issues and get answers to your own questions. Event Details
Text analysis is a broad and multifaceted field within the digital humanities that can help users visualize, manipulate, and better understand text from both born-digital and physical sources. Event Details
Increasingly web mapping tools are being used to crowdsource geographic information gathering. With tools such as OpenStreetMap and wikimapia participants can edit world maps to increase accuracy and add information. Event Details
Did you know UT’s Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) is home to some of the world’s most powerful computing resources? And that those resources are available for YOU? TACC's staff work with hundreds of researchers every day--across all disciplines--to enable computational research and aid discovery. They help researchers visualize results, manage data, and preserve it for the long term. Event Details