When:
29 April 2016 @ 11:00 – 13:00
2016-04-29T11:00:00+01:00
2016-04-29T13:00:00+01:00
Where:
Training Auditorium
Although there is no charge for this event, spaces are limited so you must register in advance for this event to guarantee a seat. Please register for this event.
Google-servicesGoogle have created a huge number of products and services that most of us have made part of our everyday life. From their web search engine to Gmail and Google Maps chances are you are making use of their products as part of your own scholarly existence. However, it may surprise you to find out just how many Google services exist that you may well  not know about. That’s what this seminar is all about. Introducing some of the lesser known, but potentially even more useful tools to scholars such as the particularly focused Google Fusion Tables and Trendalyzer to the simple but powerful Google Keep among others.
This seminar will explore a number of these tools as well as more well know ones such as Google Scholar or Google Sites that offer useful specific functionality for humanities scholars.
The structure of this seminar is such that no prior experience with any of these digital tools or with Google tools is presumed and is intended to provide simple demonstration of what these tools might offer so that participants can judge whether it would be benefit to investigate them more deeply.
No advance preparation for this seminar is necessary.
Although there is no charge for this event, spaces are limited so you must register in advance for this event to guarantee a seat. Please register for this event.