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  • Learn how to leverage Google Sheets and OpenRefine for your research needs. The first in the Organizing Your Research Workshop Series, this workshop will introduce participants to the basics in organizing, cleaning, and analyzing their data using the online spreadsheet editor, Google Sheets, and the open-source data cleanup application, OpenRefine. No prior experience necessary.

    When  10:15 a.m. Wednesday, March 6
    Where  Burke Library Couper Classroom, Map #45
  • Learn how to leverage Google Sheets and OpenRefine for your research needs. The first in the Organizing Your Research Workshop Series, this workshop will introduce participants to the basics in organizing, cleaning, and analyzing their data using the online spreadsheet editor, Google Sheets, and the open-source data cleanup application, OpenRefine. No prior experience necessary.

    When  12:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 6
    Where  Burke Library Couper Classroom, Map #45
  • Learn how to leverage Google Sheets and OpenRefine for your research needs. The first in the Organizing Your Research Workshop Series, this workshop will introduce participants to the basics in organizing, cleaning, and analyzing their data using the online spreadsheet editor, Google Sheets, and the open-source data cleanup application, OpenRefine. No prior experience necessary.

    When  4:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 12
    Where  Burke Library Couper Classroom, Map #45
  • Learn how to use the online platform Airtable for organizing and sharing your data with easy-to-build databases. This is the second in the Organizing Your Research workshop series.

    When  10:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 20
    Where  Burke Library Couper Classroom, Map #45
  • Learn how to use the online platform Airtable for organizing and sharing your data with easy-to-build databases. This is the second in the Organizing Your Research workshop series.

    When  4:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 20
    Where  Burke Library Couper Classroom, Map #45
  • Learn how to use the online platform Airtable for organizing and sharing your data with easy-to-build databases. This is the second in the Organizing Your Research workshop series.

    When  12:00 p.m. Thursday, March 21
    Where  Burke Library Couper Classroom, Map #45
  • Please join us for a Humanities Center and LITS sponsored, Humanities Salon:

    Kaavad, Story Telling, and Devotional Practices in India 

    Presented by Nick Tackes, Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

    The College's Special Collections contain five Kaavads, which have been used by the Kaavadiya bhats (storytellers) to illustrate and narrate stories of Hindu religious figures in western India. This talk will provide a brief overview of the Kaavads and their illustrations and discuss the ro...

    When  4:15 p.m. Thursday, March 28
    Where  Burke Library Stryker All Night Reading Room, Map #45
  • Event sponsored by the Humanities Center.

    When  4:15 p.m. Thursday, March 28
    Where  Burke Library Stryker All Night Reading Room, Map #45
  • Milton's Paradise Lost!

    Stop by at any point in the day to listen and to stay as long as you'd like. Read aloud,  if you feel so inspired!

    Sponsored by Literature 228 and LITS.

    Books and overviews provided. 

    When  12:00 p.m. Sunday, April 7
    Where  Burke Library Commons, Map #45
  • Please join us at Burke Library to see the total solar eclipse! This special event will be the last solar eclipse New York will see for the next 55 years!  

    Clinton, and Hamilton College, will have only 99% totality, but it should still make for a dim, eerie day.   The Moon will begin covering the Sun at 2:10 PM, and slowly envelop the Sun for the next hour. By 3:25 PM, the Moon will completely cover the Sun and the sky will be dark for the next 2 minutes. After that, the Moon will leave the front of the Sun for the next hour until it is no...

    When  1:30 p.m. Monday, April 8
    Where  Burke Library Commons, Map #45

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