Data and Digital Tools
Here you will find workshops offered during the 2018-2019 academic year presented by the UT Arlington Central Library specifically for graduate students. Not able to attend a workshop in person? No problem. This page includes online resources for each of the workshops as well.
Data and Digital Tools At-A-Glance
Being Part of the Scholarly Conversation: How Students can get a Head Start on Their Own Scholarly Impact
In today’s academic and corporate worlds, having a strong digital identity is more important now than ever. In this workshop, presented by Brooke Troutman from the UT Arlington Central Library, students will gain the confidence to establish a digital presence, build their academic individuality, and jump in on the scholarly conversation.
Wednesday, February 27, 2-3 p.m., Central Library 315A
Click here to register for this event.
Online Resources from Past Workshops
Below you will find online resources for workshops previously held on campus. Feel free to browse through these materials, and if you are interested to learn more, check back for future workshops on these topics.
Cleaning and Structuring Data
Get acquainted with strategies for structuring spreadsheets, detecting errors, cleaning tabular data, and de-identifying data. Learn ways of overcoming other common issue that arise when working with data. This workshop is led by Peace Ossom Williamson, the Director for Research Data Services from the UT Arlington Central Library.
Your Work, Your Rights: Retaining Your Copyright
Learn how to retain your copyright when submitting articles to journals. This is especially important if you plan to submit an Article-Based Dissertation.
Publishing Your First Article
Thinking about submitting an article for publication? Take a look at this workshop for more information on best practices.
Intro to SPSS
The SPSS workshop covers counting responses, computing descriptive statistics, examining distributions, cross-tabulations, plotting data, and some basic inferential statistics.