Norlin Library

Norlin Library houses the humanities and social sciences collections, Libraries Administration, Collections & Services Divisions, the Writing Center, Center for Asian Studies, Faculty Teaching Excellence Program, and Honors offices. The Laughing Goat Coffee Shop is located on the east side on the first floor.

1157 18th Street, Boulder, CO 80309

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Alyssa Witeof

Alyssa Witeof left a positive review 3/10/2020

Really great seminar! The speaker was very knowledgeable about the subject matter and mentioned new areas that I would never have considered. Thank you to the speaker for taking the time to speak with us!

James Mazzouccolo

James Mazzouccolo left a positive review 1/26/2020

A much needed workshop for graduate students.

Alicia Cowart

Alicia Cowart left a positive review 1/22/2020

Great panel with a diverse set of viewpoints. Very helpful!

Cheuk Lee

Cheuk Lee left a review 1/21/2020

The zoom meeting kept cutting in and out so it was a bit hard to follow, and then it was disconnected after an hour or so. I will try to make it in person next week.

Katie Schwind

Katie Schwind left a positive review 11/18/2019

This was a great session! Dr. Vargo provided a thorough walk through and also shared how he has applied this type of research to his work. Definitely recommend!

Cate Antil

Cate Antil left a positive review 10/22/2019

This was informational, enjoyable, and much appreciated. Thank you.

George Philip Hernandez

George Philip Hernandez left a positive review 10/8/2019

I was unable to attend because my laptop battery would not charge...was unable to obtain another one until the next nest. After reading and looking up on google about using R for text anaylsis seemed like an exciting skill to learn. I suppose, I'll have to wait until you offer this course again. Sincerely george

Jason Buell

Jason Buell left a positive review 9/8/2019

It was a very helpful introduction to a tool I have never used before. I feel like I left with a good starting point and am interested in continuing to learn how to use it.