This year we hope you celebrate Black History Month with the Popular Literature Collection. Swing by the Pop Lit area on the first floor of Strozier near Starbucks and check out some stories of amazing Black Americans through our history and the memoirs and essays of influential individuals. We also have a selection of novels written by black authors to check out. Below are just a few examples of what you can choose from!
Celebrate Love Data Week, February 10 – 14, with FSU Libraries and librarians Dr. Jesse Klein and Dr. Nick Ruhs. Join us for a week of workshops and activities to raise awareness and share practice tips, resources, and stories to encourage good data practices.
This year, the event will focus on working with students to help them get to know the data specialists at their institution, the kinds of work they do, and the data and associated issues with which these data specialists engage.
Listen to the Meet Your Librarians podcast to learn more about your data librarians.
Follow us all week on Twitter and Facebook for updates all week! Post along with us using #lovedata20.
Check out the full event schedule:
Adopt a Dataset (tabling event) Monday, February 10, 2:00 – 4:00 pm Strozier Library (near circulation desk) About: What better way to love data than to adopt a dataset? This year, you can adopt an ICPSR dataset for your very own. Meet with FSU Libraries’ Data Librarians, Jesse and Nick, to find out how and grab some awesome swag!
Introduction to Python Tuesday, February 11, 3:00 – 4:30 pm Dirac Instruction Room About: This workshop will introduce Python and its components. By the end of this workshop, attendees will understand basic programming concepts and terminology and will be able to write Python scripts. Attendees will know how to find and use resources available for furthering their knowledge of Python and apply these skills for practical applications. Presented by the Research Computing Center (RCC).
Finding & Using Social Science Data Wednesday, February 12, 3:00 – 4:30 pm Scholars Commons Instruction Room & Zoom (https://fsulib.zoom.us/my/jrklein.fsulib) About: This workshop will help participants become familiar with key concepts and resources for data in the social sciences. We will cover resources to expand your data vocabulary and search strategies for finding and using social science data.
Adopt a Dataset (tabling event) Thursday, February 13, 2:00 – 4:00 pm Dirac (near circulation desk) About: What better way to love data than to adopt a dataset? This year, you can adopt an ICPSR dataset for your very own. Meet with FSU Libraries’ Data Librarians, Jesse and Nick, to find out how and grab some awesome swag!
Introduction to Tableau Friday, February 14, 1:00 – 2:30 pm Scholars Commons Instruction Room & Zoom (https://fsulib.zoom.us/my/jrklein.fsulib) About: Tableau is a data visualization tool used to analyze and illustrate data, emphasizing the patterns and insights behind them. This session will introduce participants to the basics of preparing, analyzing, and sharing data using Tableau Public. Prior to Workshop: Download Tableau Public (https://public.tableau.com/en-us/s/download) (Free). Note: Please bring a laptop