Date(s) - April 21, 2018
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Room 2, Eddy
***Registration Now Closed***
Social network analysis is “useful for the modeling and analysis of relationships between a wide variety of objects” (Meeks) and “provides a potential bridge between different disciplines and modes of research” (Frank 180). This free, hands-on workshop will provide an introduction to SNA and teach attendees how to create and analyze their own network visualizations using Gephi.
Dr. Jaime Jordan, from the department of English, will teach this workshop. She teaches Digital Humanities and has led several workshops on using digital tools for teaching and research through both TILT and IRISS.
Information for Participants
This workshop is open to graduate students in the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources department.