Event Calendar for Dirac Science Library

January 25 - February 24, 2021

Tuesday, February 2

HSF Workshop Series: Introduction to SPSS

SPSS is a comprehensive statistical package used by researchers in many fields. This session will introduce participants to beginning data analysis skills...

HSF Workshop Series: What Do I Need to Know about Patent Searching?

Patents are a valuable, complicated, and often underutilized public resource. This workshop is intended to help first-time patent researchers understand what...

Data @ Your Desk Virtual Workshop: Introduction to Linux - Part 1

This two-part interactive workshop provides a pragmatic introduction to GNU/Linux and the command line. We cover basic concepts to allow attendees to begin...

Wednesday, February 3

College of Engineering Workshop

Patents are a valuable, complicated, and often underutilized public resource. This workshop is intended to help first-time patent researchers understand what...

Thursday, February 4

Data @ Your Desk Virtual Workshop: Introduction to Linux - Part 2

This two-part interactive workshop provides a pragmatic introduction to GNU/Linux and the command line. We cover basic concepts to allow attendees to begin...

Friday, February 5

HSF Workshop Series: Introduction to NVivo

NVivo is a qualitative data analysis package that allows users to work with large amounts of data and supports a wide range of research methodologies. This...

HSF Workshop Series: Introduction to InDesign for Poster Design

Adobe InDesign is a robust design software primarily used by designers and graphic production artists for layout of publications, posters, and print media....

Tuesday, February 9

Data @ Your Desk Virtual Workshop: Introduction to HPC/Slurm and Open OnDemand

Did you know that students and faculty at FSU have access to a very powerful research compute cluster? This workshop will cover the basics of using the High...

Wednesday, February 10

College of Engineering Virtual Workshop: Introduction to MATLAB

MATLAB is a multi-use numerical computing environment and programming language that is widely used for solving problems in various engineering, scientific,...

Friday, February 12

Facts & Snacks & Crafts Virtual Workshop: How to Make Videos from Home

Not everyone has a big fancy TV studio, in fact, most of us don’t. This workshop will introduce you to some free tools, techniques, and software that will...

Tuesday, February 16

Data @ Your Desk Virtual Workshop: Correlation Does Not Equal Causality - Introduction to Data Literacy

With the vast amount of statistics and infographics now available at the touch of a finger or click of a mouse, it is often difficult to determine which ones...

Wednesday, February 17

College of Engineering Virtual Workshop: Introduction to Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics software available as a part of Adobe Creative Cloud. Accessible through FSU’s myFSUVLab, this powerful software...

Friday, February 19

Facts & Snacks & Crafts Virtual Workshop: Chem 101: The Crochet Edition!"

Learn the basics of crochet with your FSU Librarians. Using the basic shape of common chemistry beakers as a guide, attendees will learn the basics of...

Tuesday, February 23

Data @ Your Desk Virtual Workshop: Introduction to Python

Python is a general purpose and high level open source programming language that can be used by students and researchers from a wide variety of disciplines....

Wednesday, February 24

College of Engineering Virtual Workshop: Making Graphs in Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator offers 9 graph types to visualize data. This is one of the most powerful tools for creating clean graphs. From scatterplots, to bar charts,...