The D-Lab offers many excellent workshops for beginners and experts that are focused on research computing for the social sciences. Check their schedule regularly for workshops devoted to programming fundamentals, R, Python and much more.
CNMAT houses a dynamic group of educational, performance and research programs focused on the creative interaction between music and technology including live concerts in the Department of Music, CNMAT and other venues.
Lit + DH, partnered with the Literature and Digital Humanities Townsend working group, host events and talks to enable group members to familiarize themselves with some of the discourse, ideas, debates and tools relevant to current work in digital humanities, especially around literary topics.
The Research Data Management team helps researchers navigate the increasingly complex landscape of data planning, storage, and sharing. They can arrange for workshops tailored to your department’s or group’s data management needs.
Ongoing discussion & working groups
DANG! (Digital Archives News Group)
An informal group dedicated to sharing information and resources on the subject of Born Digital records. To join the DANG! listserv, please email Kate Tasker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
D-Lab Working Groups
Various groups to discuss relevant research, master a new technological skill, or collaborate on a project related to data-intensive social science. They cover topics including computational text analysis, Drupal, machine learning, Python, cloud computing and more.
Information Access Seminar (I School) Most Fridays, 3:10-5pm; 107 South Hall (check schedule)
The Information Access seminar hosts visiting speakers and discussions exploring topics in information access and retrieval.
Research IT (RIT) Reading Group Every two weeks, Thursday at noon; Earl Warren Hall, room 200C
The RIT reading group invites speakers to address "topics relevant to information technology support pertinent to research on the Berkeley campus." Join the listserv to get updates on upcoming events.
Berkeley Digital Humanities Working Group
The BDHWG is a “low-stakes, no-prep” place for the DH community to gather on a regular basis to explore a variety of tools and topics. Members include a diverse range of students, staff, and faculty.