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Scholarly Commons Jan 19
Working with non-English languages for your text analysis? Check out this Natural Language Processing toolkit for R!
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Scholarly Commons Jan 19
Make your presentations on (Power)Point with this LibGuide!
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Scholarly Commons Jan 19
Interested in getting started with GitHub? Check out An Introduction to Version Control with GitHub, coming your way on Tuesday the 23rd. Sign up now!
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Undergrad Research Jan 18
The Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH) is looking for undergraduate interns to work with its Environmental Humanities research group for the academic year 2018–2019, apply today! Deadline is March 1, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.
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Scholarly Commons Jan 18
The Savvy Researcher calendar is up and workshops are already in swing. Check out our Facebook or the following link to browse our offerings and sign up!
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Abhishek Nagaraj Jan 17
Presenting: The problem with wikipedia by () now with real data on how users click across pages, i.e. the Wikipedia Rabbit Hole Dataset ht:
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Brett Bobley Jan 16
DH Friends: I'm very pleased that NEH has announced an important new grant program aimed at *sustaining* existing digital scholarly resources -- a big issue in the community. Check out "Infrastructure and Capacity-Building Challenge Grants."
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Scholarly Commons Jan 18
Macdown is a free application that helps you write Markdown on a Mac. Read about it here:
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IHLC Jan 18
you can view 108 digitized photographs of Lincoln online? They are available through the University of Illinois Digital Collections: You can also find the photographs here at the IHLC!
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University Library Jan 18
You can look for Illinois theses with these simple tips: ! Great job Illinois!
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Alex Humphreys Jan 18
Guys, I think this is a bit of a big deal. Labs' Text Analyzer now speaks 15 languages. Upload a doc in (say) Japanese, discover JSTOR content in English.
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Scholarly Commons Jan 18
Is your New Year's resolution to get your citations organized? Good news! The Managing Your Citations with Zotero Savvy Researcher workshop is this Monday! Sign up here:
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Scholarly Commons Jan 17
Did you know that it's Copyright Week? Take a look at Copyright Librarian Sara Benson's take on the future of the United States Copyright Office, up now on Commons Knowledge. and keep checking Commons Knowledge for more posts as the week goes on!
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Daniel Kaszor Jan 16
REMINDER: RSS is still a thing and is a great way to follow outlets you love. • You don't miss stories based on social media algorithms • You don't only see the stories your mutuals are baited by on twitter • If you often click through, you support that outlet much more
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DPLA Jan 17
Completed in 1825, the Erie Canal was one of the largest public works projects ever attempted and by connecting NYC with the Great Lakes, the Canal transformed trade, industry, and communication across the country! Learn more in our new exhibition:
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Marjorie McLellan Jan 17
When Rising Seas Hit Home: An Analysis by the Union of Concerned Scientists
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Scholarly Commons Jan 17
Students -- did you know that you can also deposit your research and scholarship on IDEALS? Check it out!
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Scholarly Commons Jan 17
Sign up for tomorrow's Improve Your Research Strategies: An Introduction to the Library Savvy Researcher Workshop! Learn how to think like a librarian and find the materials you need to succeed.
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Scholarly Commons Jan 16
These projects show what 2017 looked like in charts!
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Scholarly Commons Jan 16
Learn how to create graphs with Javascript using this adventure game tutorial!
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