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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Upcoming Events

Parallel Computing with R

Is your workflow outgrowing your laptop? Run R code utilizing all cores of your laptop, or a supercomputer. You will start by learning to prepare and run R...

10/23 10am
Digital Humanities Fundamentals: Multimedia Publishing with Scalar

Scalar is a free, open-source authoring tool that’s designed to make it easy for authors to write long-form, born-digital scholarship online. Scalar enables...

10/23 12pm
Programming with Python

When: September 24 – November 27, 2019 (2 sections/week for 10 weeks): Tuesdays, beginning Sept 24 from 9:30 – 11:00 AM Wednesdays, beginning Sept 25 from...

10/23 1:30pm
Getting Started with Wikipedia Editing through Current Events

Wikipedia is one of the largest and most active examples of online peer production, but it can be intimidating for anyone trying to figure out where to...

10/23 2pm
LISA Consulting Hours

LISA Consulting Hours

10/24 12pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

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.

Eduardo Fiallos

Eduardo Fiallos left a positive review 3/11/2019

I think it would be helpful to have a workshop in this series that covers the tidyverse and dplyr since those packages have been used to a large extent in every workshop I have attended in this series.

Eduardo Fiallos

Eduardo Fiallos left a positive review 3/5/2019

The pacing of this session was much better than previous sessions in this series.

Eduardo Fiallos

Eduardo Fiallos left a review 2/12/2019

I felt like the pace was too fast. Because of this, I felt like there was only time enough to watch someone code in R rather than feeling like I was really learning.

Ammar Dehwah

Ammar Dehwah left a positive review 2/5/2019

It went smooth.

Yasemin Pacalioglu

Yasemin Pacalioglu left a positive review 1/22/2019

It was great, and very informative. 100% would love to listen to more events from this instructor. Would be even better if it was clearer in the advertising that this was an event joint with the GTP

Robyn Ronen

Robyn Ronen left a positive review 11/15/2018

The conference was an eclectic mix of top notch scholars. I appreciated the religion portion the most as it helped me better understand criticisms of previous bias and the need for more inclusive sources.

And the vegan coconut bread was delicious.

Kenneth D Katkin

Kenneth D Katkin left a positive review 11/4/2018

Although I was more interested in learning about Roman funerary rights than in learning about digital visualization technology, this lecture had something for everyone! I was glad I went.

Dominique Ingoglia

Dominique Ingoglia left a positive review 10/29/2018

This was a great lecture. I learned a great deal and the information was very well laid out. Nick was able to answer all of my questions.
I would recommend that your lecturers consider using a blue light filter on your presentations that don't involve color. This is very helpful for people who suffer from issues related to eye strain and headache. Another option is to allow for a 10 minute break in the middle of the lecture to allow people to re-adjust themselves.