Visit the 2019 FDR Presentations page by clicking the image above or go to http://bit.ly/fdr-2019
Fifteen fellows from the 2019 Fundamentals of Data Research program will showcase their "digital poster presentations" in the Active Learning Lab (Moody 104) at 2PM on September 16. The presentations will be given by 10 faculty members and five graduate students.
"The Fundamentals of Data Research Fellowship is a highly competitive and funded summer program providing applied instruction in text data mining, data visualization, python scripting, and data research management," said Josh Been, digital scholarship librarian. "Fellows are expected to integrate these competencies into their research. These digital presentations are the capstone projects of the fellowship."
Attendees at the event can learn about each fellow's specific research project and ask questions about data research and digital humanities with the presenters and library faculty. Refreshments will be provided and the public is encouraged to attend.
Applications for the 2020 summer program will be available in March.
For a preview of the 15 digital poster presentations, along with descriptions of their research project, please visit http://bit.ly/fdr-2019.