November 2021 - Calendar of IT Events

Posted on Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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JavaScript Visualization Framework Seminar

November 1 | All | 10:30 a.m. – noon | Online

The D3.js framework offers the more interactive ways of sharing data. In this second part of the Data Visualization workshop, we’ll explore how the D3.js framework can be used to create web-accessible interactive visualizations. These are dynamically generated webpages that can be part of your website. It will load data from a source you specify to generate visualizations you fully control so you can tell your story.

A follow-up workshop will be available on November 8

Learn More about Microsoft Word

November 3 | Students | 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. | Online

Come better your understanding of Word, and discover new tools and shortcuts that will boost your productivity.

JavaScript Visualization Framework Seminar

November 8 | All | 10:30 a.m. – noon | Online

The D3.js framework offers the more interactive ways of sharing data. In this second part of the Data Visualization workshop, we’ll explore how the D3.js framework can be used to create web-accessible interactive visualizations. These are dynamically generated webpages that can be part of your website. It will load data from a source you specify to generate visualizations you fully control so you can tell your story.

Follow-up workshop to November 1

Have an IT question? Open session

November 10 | Students | 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. | Zoom

If you are new to uOttawa’s digital landscape, you may have many questions. There are many websites, platforms, and services working in tandem to provide a seamless virtual learning experience. Join us Wednesday for an open discussion session where you can learn about uOttawa applications/services and ask questions about any IT topic.

Learn More about Microsoft PowerPoint

November 17 | Students | 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. | Online

Come better your usage of transitions, and integration of multimedia content, to give memorable presentations every time!

Student Discussion Forum

November 24 | Students | TBD | anaimi@uottawa.ca | Online

Students can use this meeting space to share their feedback with the IT team regarding their technological learning experience. Contact Aya Naimi for more information on joining this meeting.

Professors Advisory Committee

November 25 | Professors | TBD | cioffice@uottawa.ca | Online

Professors are encouraged to use these meetings to provide feedback on their technological teaching experience. If you would like to participate, please reach out to the CIO office: cioffice@uottawa.ca.

Change Agent Conference

November 25 | uOttawa Change Agent Network | TBD | Online

To recognize the remarkable work accomplished to date by the change agents, the Administrative Services Modernization Program team will be hosting an exclusive conference led by Mylène Paquette, a Quebec-based speaker and sailor. This event will be held virtually by invitation only.

Two-day Python Workshop

November 29 - 1:00 p.m. , November 30 – 4:00pm | Researchers and Students | Online

Full day workshop on Python, a programming language for scientific computing. Data science is the study of approaches for extraction of knowledge and information from data. This workshop will introduce participants to the Python as a tool to rapidly process your collected data; from the basics to more advanced techniques.

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