Humanities and Social Sciences workshops

By: Heather  Froehlich

Dear All,

I am delighted to invite you to attend a recurring series of Software in the Humanities and Social Sciences Workshops. This series will highlight a range of software and resources used by faculty and staff across the disciplines.

Dates, speakers and the names of resources being presented are below. Please note that that there will be no presentations on November 8 and 22. All presentations will take place in 403 Paterno Library (University Park Campus) on Wednesdays from 12-1 pm; all are welcome. No registration is required.

25 October Austin Boyle – Text Expander

1 November Kaitlin Cannava – DOCTR


15 November Jason Reuscher – Juxta Editions

22 November NO PRESENTATION (Thanksgiving break)

29 November Grant Wythoff – Pandoc

6 December Jake van der Kolk – Github

13 December Lise Nelson – Altas.ti

—- winter break —

24 January Brett Spencer –

31 January Rick Gilmore – Databrary

7 February Jose Guerrero – OpenRefine

14 February Jenna Spinelle – Upwork

21 February Zhiyue Xia – QGIS

28 February Junjun Yin – Hadoop

7 March Andrew Singer – PGP (pretty good privacy)

14 March Nathan Piekielek – ggplot2

A zoom link will be available from for
virtual attendance.