Twitter | Search | |
Scholarly Commons
Supporting in-depth research and scholarly inquiry since 2010. Location: University Library, Rm. 306 | Hours: Mon-Fri 9a-6p
4,125
Tweets
1,008
Following
949
Followers
Tweets
Scholarly Commons Apr 20
Learn the best practices for usability with this LibGuide!
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 20
Each year new things are added to the public domain. Open Culture is already excited about what will enter the public domain on January 1st, 2019.
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 20
Today is the finale of 2018 HackCUlture – a humanities-focused hackathon featuring teams using data to create something to benefit the C-U community. Come for an interesting display and judging competition, and enjoy some food and refreshments! All are welcome to attend!
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 19
It's Thursday again and time for your opinions on our new Scholarly Commons space. Today we're asking... What could you imagine doing in spaces set up like this? Reply here, or email us at sc@library.illinois.edu with any comments, questions or concerns!
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 19
The Programming Historian has great resources for humanists looking to learn some digital skills!
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons retweeted
Keith Webster Apr 18
The model of by and has sparked a lot of attention. There is a nice list of 400 or more tools, and features on their interoperability at HT
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons retweeted
ProgrammingHistorian Apr 19
In this lesson, takes us through "Data Wrangling and Management in R"
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons retweeted
Undergrad Research Apr 19
, today is the day! Come visit the Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Union Ballroom from 9am-5pm to be inspired by your peers and their research!
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons retweeted
U.S. Census Bureau Apr 19
Hey ! A downloadable file containing estimates of the resident U.S. by single year of age and sex is now available:
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 19
Don't forget that the Survey Research Lab has open hours today from 2-5 PM! Schedule an appointment to make sure you get the help you need.
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 18
This Friday is the finale of 2018 HackCUlture – a humanities-focused hackathon featuring teams using data to create something to benefit the C-U community. Come for an interesting display and judging competition, and enjoy some food and refreshments! All are welcome to attend!
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 18
Digital humanists on campus, are you interested in the Project Forum that our amazing interns have organized this semester? Join the Project Forum Slack channel! . More information about the Project forum: .
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 18
Starting a project and wondering what kind of collaborative spreadsheet tool you should use? Check out these best practices for using Google Sheets in your data project.
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 18
Get ready to sign up for this semester's final Savvy Researcher workshops! We've got Sharing Research with Story Maps and The Power of Presentations: Enhancing Your Slides for Teaching and Engagement happening this Friday!
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 18
Start finding grants, fellowships, and scholarships by looking at the resources on this LibGuide.
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons retweeted
David McClure Apr 17
Word counts in a corpus of ~10k American novels. What up with that dip around 1960? Selection artifact, or real?
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons retweeted
alban denoyel Apr 17
Noticed today we just passed 50,000 3D models in our 'Cultural Heritage & History' category! Big thanks to all the contributors, is the largest virtual museum out there now
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 17
Check out this new tool for campus researchers!
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons retweeted
University Library Apr 17
Did you know that faculty, academic professionals, and graduate students can apply for funding to purchase numeric, spatial, or textual data through the Data Purchase Program?
Reply Retweet Like
Scholarly Commons Apr 17
Need some GIS expertise? We've got you covered. Aaron King is our new GIS consultant and is accepting appointments now! Read about Aaron's background on Commons Knowledge () , then make an appointment with him by emailing sc@library.illinois.edu.
Reply Retweet Like