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Are you currently working on or planning to work on a literature search such as a systematic review, literature review, meta-analysis or scoping review? Do you have methodological questions, need ideas on how to organize the content, or would simply enjoy company while conducting these complicated searches?

We invite all individuals at different stages of their literature search process to join in on this open literature review sit-in.

The Digital Scholarship Retreat is an intensive digital scholarship workshop designed for faculty, postdocs and graduate students to engage with digital concepts, methodologies, and tools while, at the same time, build community and identify support networks at Tulane. After attending, attendees will be able to incorporate new digital concepts, methodologies, and tools directly into their own teaching and/or research.

Please join us on Friday, March 29, from noon to 3:00 for the Medieval and Early Modern Map Festival!

 

Please join us on Friday, March 22, 2019 at 2pm for a free screening of "Yemanjá: Wisdom from the Heart of African Brazil," a documentary film about the Afro-Brazilian spiritual tradition of Candomblé as told through the voices of elder woman leaders.

Please note screening will not be at The Latin American Library, but rather across the street at The Labyrinth, 7102 Freret St, New Orleans.

Please join us as faculty authors from across Tulane read from and discuss their most recent publications.  This two day event will showcase nearly 20 faculty members who published monographs in 2018.  All are welcome and refreshments will be served.  

Please join us as faculty authors from across Tulane read from and discuss their most recent publications.  This two day event will showcase nearly 20 faculty members who published monographs in 2018.  All are welcome and refreshments will be served.  

Proteus 1892, Teunisson 1902, and Louis Armstrong 1949: Selections from the Carnival Holdings of Tulane University’s Special Collections Division

February 28, 2019 – June 14, 2019.

In this intermediate-level workshop, attendees will explore possibilities for more advanced data cleaning and validating using a free, open-source tool (OpenRefine). Basic OpenRefine functionality such as splitting cell data and clustering will be quickly reviewed. However, the focus of the workshop will be using Jython (Java-based Python) scripts, regular expressions, and external validation tools.

Requirements: Knowledge of spreadsheets and basic data structures.

Learn how to identify your competition, analyze the market, and beat trends in the field of Biotechnology. In this workshop, we will provide resources for tracking biomedical technology (heavy focus on pharmaceuticals) as well as databases that provide company, industry, and market research. Learn how you can stay on top of the competition and ensure your product is a success.

This workshop will provide an introduction to basic concepts, skills, and software. 

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