Library Carpentry Workshop, 4th/5th Nov, UCD
Library Carpentry Workshop: 4th and 5th of November, 2019 in UCD Library.
This workshop will take 2 days, and will cover four of the six core Library Carpentry lessons.
Times: Start 10:30 Finish 16:30 each day
Location: James Joyce Library, Ballsbridge, Dublin (see map below)
NOTE: You need to bring your own laptop for this course.
Library Carpentry is made by librarians, for librarians to help you:
• automate repetitive, boring, error-prone tasks
• create, maintain and analyse sustainable and reusable data
• work effectively with IT and systems colleagues
• better understand the use of software in research
If you need to know more about this workshop, contact James Molloy, firstname.lastname@example.org or David Kane, WIT Library, email@example.com for more information.
Digital Developer, Central Services Unit, TUDublin Library
I developed an interest in computing early in my career as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, writing software that cut down the work required to produce and record aircraft maintenance records. I formalised this interest by achieving an Honours Degree in Computer Applications from DCU in 2002. I then moved DIT, joining the Computer Services team, and later the Learning Teaching and Technology team as a system administrator. I am currently the TU Dublin City Centre Library Digital Developer.
I will be teaching “Tidy Data for Librarians”
Digital Systems & Services Coordinator, RCSI
- Currently the Library Digital Systems and Services Co-Ordinator in the RCSI
- I have built my career in a variety of roles and industries, gaining experience in both global organisations and University libraries.
- I am particularly interested in how technical
be used to benefit the library environment. skills can
I will be teaching SQL
Assistant Librarian, DCU Library
I work in the Special Collections and Archives Directorate and my role has a focus on digitisation and digital humanities. This includes providing support and training for academic staff and researchers in digital research methods and tools.
I am also a core member of the LIBER Working Group on Digital Humanities and Digital Cultural Heritage
I will be teaching GIT
Digital Services Librarian, University of Limerick
I am the Digital Services Librarian at the Glucksman Library, University of Limerick, where I manage the Institutional Repository, the digitisation unit and the Digital Library.
I will be teaching Open Refine
UCD; James Joyce Library
At this point, the lessons have not been finalised, but they will likely include; intro to data (regular expressions), SQL, OpenRefine.
Text used here adapted from Library Carpentry CC-BY 4.0 International License