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Learn to Code
Are you being asked to use a programming language for your homework? Have you never programmed anything before and need help getting started? Are you de-bugging some code but could use a sounding board to figure out some issues? Are you an expert programmer and want to share your knowledge?

The libraries now offer weekly Open Labs featuring Python and R. Meet with other R users during drop-in hours in Lehman Library from 10am-12pm on Wednesdays and Python users on Fridays from 11am-1pm. An expert user will always be around and new topics will always be discussed.

Also check out newly added workshops on Python and R found on the libraries' workshops page: bit.ly/CUworkshops.

News & Events

Schrodinger Training

Thursday, Oct 13 - 10am to 5pm Join us in our first of three training sessions for the powerful Schrodinger suite of molecular modeling applications! This full day session will cover PyMOL, a powerful molecular visualization tool, as well as BioLuminate, an antibody-modeling application. Anybody working in biomedical fields should give this a try! Register here: goo.gl/forms/0K0Zl0ZntpLWHKG82

Join Us for a Book Talk

The Science & Engineering Libraries are hosting a Book Talk with Adam Sobel, Professor in Applied Physics & Applied Mathematics and Earth & Environment Sciences at Columbia University. Stop by the library on Thursday, October 27 at 6pm to listen to Professor Sobel discuss his book, Storm Surge: Hurricane Sandy, our changing climate, and extreme weather of the past and future.  Sobel takes us through the devastating and unprecedented events of Hurricane Sandy, using it to explain our planet’s changing climate, and what we need to do to protect ourselves and our cities for the future. Light refreshments will be served. Please register to attend: bit.ly/SobelBookTalk

Photos from Recent Events

Events in SEL


Oculus Rift Open Lab
     October 12, 1pm
     Innovation Space in SEL
Learn to Code | Basics of statistical analysis using R
     October 18, 1pm
     Innovation Space in SEL
Make Work Simple | Which tool is best for me? Design, Model, Graph
     October 19, 12pm
     Innovation Space in SEL
HPC Part 1 | Introduction to Linux
     October 25, 1pm
     Innovation Space in SEL

Events around the Libraries


R Open Lab
     October 12, 10am
     Lehman Library
Crash Course in Business Research
     October 13, 10am
     Business Library
NVivo Qualitative Analysis Software, Part 1
     October 14, 10am
     Butler Library

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Featured Resources

American Chemical Society - CU Libraries has access to over 1,500 ebooks covering all areas of Chemistry through the ACS including Hollywood Chemistry: When Science Met Entertainment.

Featured Event

GIF IT UP is DPLA’s annual international gif-making competition. A GIF is an image format that supports using multiple frames to create motion graphics in a continuous loop, allowing us to seemingly bring still images and other cultural heritage materials to life. Details: dp.la/info/gif-it-up/
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