Text Data Mining and Publishing

March 16, 2021, 11:00am to 12:30pm
Intended audience: 
Academic Support Staff, Graduate Student Instructors, Graduate Students, Instructors, Post-doctoral students, Researchers
Part of series: 

If you are working on a computational text analysis project and have wondered how to legally acquire, use, and publish text and data, this workshop is for you! We will teach you 5 legal literacies (copyright, contracts, privacy, ethics, and special use cases) that will empower you to make well-informed decisions about compiling, using, and sharing your corpus. By the end of this workshop, and with a useful checklist in hand, you will be able to confidently design lawful text analysis projects or be well positioned to help others design such projects.

Register for this session here!


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Series description

We'd like to share with you the offerings for this semester's Digital Publishing workshop series. Whether you are looking to create a digital book, a companion website for a book, a scholarly portfolio, or a full-scale digital project, this workshop series is designed to get you up and running with the skills and tools you need for successful digital publications. No programming or coding knowledge is required.

This series is designed for faculty, graduate students, and staff in the Humanities and Social Sciences and is open to any member of the UC Berkeley community.

Spring 2021 workshops will be conducted over Zoom. Learn more and register at bit.ly/dp-berk.

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