In This Issue…
Purdue Archives New Exhibit Celebrates International Students’ Contributions to Purdue’s 150-Year History | Featured Database from the Parrish Library | “Annotating the Humanities” Workshop Set for Feb. 13 | Explore “Text Analysis with R” in Purdue Libraries’ Digital Humanities Workshop Series | Faculty Presentations, Publications, Awards, Accomplishments | Call for Library Student Worker 2019 Scholarship Applications | Libraries Annual Awards and One Book Higher | Purdue University Press – 2018 in Review | Finalists for Dean of Libraries to Make On-Campus Presentations | SSStimulating SSScholarship
Purdue Archives New Exhibit Celebrates International Students’ Contributions to Purdue’s 150-Year History
“Around the World in 150 Years: Purdue International Footprint” highlights a variety of cultures, countries, activities, and time periods represented in the holdings of Archives and Special Collections, with a special focus on students who were among the first from their home countries to attend Purdue. Items on display include photographs, articles, and publications by or about international students, as well as artifacts given to the university by alumni groups from around the world. Read more…
Thomson One is a comprehensive database of public financial statistics that also contains investment analyst reports and mergers and acquisitions information. Please note that this database only works in Internet Explorer.
Purdue Libraries offers three tutorials available related to Thomson One depending on the type of data in which you are interested. Read more…
Learn about the power of annotation for your research and instruction in a new “Annotating the Humanities” workshop offered through the Purdue University Libraries’ Tinkering Humanist Digital Humanities (DH) Workshop Series
“Annotating the Humanities” is set from 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, in the Data Visualization Experience Lab of Purdue (D-VELoP) in the Wilmeth Active Learning Center, room 3045. Registration is required. Read more…
In March, Purdue Libraries will offer a special Tinkering Humanist Workshop series focused on text analysis.
Led by Purdue Libraries Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities Matt Hannah and Library Assistant Trevor Burrows, the series will explore how to incorporate such methodologies as sentiment analysis and stylometrics into humanities research using the programming language R. The workshop instructors will also consider some of the practical and theoretical questions particular to these approaches. Read more…
- Faculty Presentations, Publications, Awards, Accomplishments
- Call for Library Student Worker 2019 Scholarship Applications
Nominations for the Dagnese, Moriarty, and Dean’s Awards are due by 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8. Check the Purdue Libraries’ Intranet for criteria and eligibility requirements for each award.
- Purdue University Press – 2018 in Review
- Finalists for Dean of Libraries and School of Information Studies to Make On-Campus Presentations
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