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Day of DH

A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is an international celebration of technology and the humanities. Join UNT librarians, faculty, staff and students March 6, 2018 to learn about digital humanities concepts, projects and tools. We define “digital humanities” broadly as any scholarly or creative activity that exploits the potential of digital media for humanities teaching, scholarly communication or research. We welcome digital scholarship practitioners from any discipline to contribute.

Graduate School: The Guide to Getting In

This program is designed for students who are planning on applying to graduate school. This one hour workshop is intended to help you get ready to navigate the graduate school application process. An example of topics covered includes entrance exams, securing letters of recommendation and personal statements. This program is free and open to current UNT students and staff. Registration is not required, but spots do fill up quickly and are on a first come, first serve basis. To ensure a seat, we recommend you arrive 10-15 minutes early.

Money Grubbing

Information Science research meetings a.k.a Brown Bag meetings is the brain child of Dr. Chen, Dr. Allen and Dr. Kinshuk. These meetings primarily focus on improving the quality of scholarly work at the department. They are meant to support faculty and PhD students in their research careers therefore it is open to all students who wish to share their ideas in the field of information science or library science. We meet every Friday at noon during a regular long semester and the participants are free to bring their lunch/snacks to the meetings.

Research into Metadata Quality and Metadata Change

Information Science research meetings a.k.a Brown Bag meetings is the brain child of Dr. Chen, Dr. Allen and Dr. Kinshuk. These meetings primarily focus on improving the quality of scholarly work at the department. They are meant to support faculty and PhD students in their research careers therefore it is open to all students who wish to share their ideas in the field of information science or library science. We meet every Friday at noon during a regular long semester and the participants are free to bring their lunch/snacks to the meetings.

Graduate School: The Guide to Getting In

This program is designed for students who are planning on applying to graduate school. This one hour workshop is intended to help you get ready to navigate the graduate school application process. An example of topics covered includes entrance exams, securing letters of recommendation and personal statements. This program is free and open to current UNT students and staff. Registration is not required, but spots do fill up quickly and are on a first come, first serve basis. To ensure a seat, we recommend you arrive 10-15 minutes early.

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