CulturePlex Laboratory “Crash Courses” Begin

CulturePlex Laboratory at Western University

The CulturePlex Laboratory in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Western begins hosting a series of “Crash Courses” on technology for academics, beginning with today’s session on Redmine, “A flexible project management tool that allows you to set (and stick to) deadlines for yourself or your collaborators in different ways.”

Future sessions include:

19 October, 2012 — Sylva — A collaborative graph database creation and management tool that requires no programming knowledge.

18 November, 2012 — Yutzu — Online tool for collecting and sharing information packages on a specific topic. The information can by your own or from other web sources.

All sessions are 45 minutes long, and will be held in University College 114, at 1:30 pm.

RSVP to:  coordinator@cultureplex.ca

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