The Query function is the shortcut to mastering Google Sheets. Instead of mixing up a bunch of spreadsheet formulas to get something done, you can get away with writing one Query. If you're working with data in any capacity - even if it's just to produce a monthly report - you'll want to know how to run Queries. This course teaches Querying interactively, by working through a sample analysis of Twitter data in Google Sheets.
Our next book club reading has been decided! After a furious polling, the winner is… …Zeynep Tufekci, Twitter and Tear Gas: The Power and Fragility of Networked Protest.
Come and learn how to use Pivot Tables in Google Sheets. This webinar will last for approximately 1 hour. All the example datasets will be made available to registered users.
IndieWebCamp NYC 2018 is a two-day maker event for creating and/or improving your personal website. All levels welcome! One of several 2018 IndieWebCamps and the sixth IndieWebCamp in NYC! It will be held 2018-09-28 and 2018-09-29 at Pace University in Manhattan, New York City.
Sorry, I will be on a family holiday to celebrate ten years marriage.
Equity Unbound is an emergent, collaborative curriculum which aims to create equity-focused, open, connected, intercultural learning experiences across classes, countries and contexts. Equity Unbound was initiated by Maha Bali @bali_maha (American University in Cairo, Egypt), Catherine Cronin @catherinecronin (National University of Ireland, Galway), and Mia Zamora @MiaZamoraPhD (Kean University, NJ, USA) for use in their courses this term (September-December 2018), but it is open to all. Equity Unbound is for learners and/or educators at all levels (e.g. undergraduate, postgraduate, professional development) who are interested in exploring digital literacies with an equity and intercultural learning focus, in an open and connected learning environment. Our motto is: “The only way to make borders meaningless is to keep insisting on crossing them.” (Lina Mounzer) Participants will collaborate in a series of open online activities including: collaborative annotation using open-source Hypothes.is, social network conversations and live studio visits, a Wikipedia edit-a-thon, blogging, collaborative multimedia making, and creating their own new learning activities (inspired by the DS106 assignment bank). Activities will seek to develop critical digital literacies and intercultural collaboration while encouraging questions of equity issues such as equity in web representation, digital colonialism, safety and security risks on the web, and how these differ across contexts.
Feels like a continuation of the Engagement in a Time of Polarisation MOOC earlier this year. Interested, but will have to see.
RSVPed Attending Virtual Homebrew Website Club Meetup on July 25, 2018 Are you building your own website? Indie reader? Personal publishing web app? Or some other digital magic-cloud proxy? If so, come on by and join a gathering of people with likeminded interests. Bring your friends who want to sta...
I thought I might be able to hangout in my lunch break, but I will be at DigiCon Conference, so it won’t work.
Looking forward to attending Digicon on Thursday 26 & Friday 27 July, 2018 at Australian Catholic University, 115 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy
Image is Everything: Exploring Visual Thinking Strategies a masterclass with Amy Burvall. The course runs between 9th July and 30th July 2018.
Too often we speak of a decentralized web as if it requires the latest technology. Yet really people must make up an #Indieweb. We do not need new apps or the latest blockchain-schmockchain tool. People only need a blog and a bit of html…and other people. A web where folks control their data, shap...
As both Tuesday and Wednesday will be occurring around 5:00 in the morning, I do not think that I will catch these sessions live, but I will certainly watch them afterwards.
As a side note, I really love the energy that Greg McVerry is bringing to the IndieWeb community.
The eighth annual gathering for independent web creators of all kinds, from graphic artists, to designers, UX engineers, coders, hackers, to share ideas, actively work on creating for their own personal websites, and build upon each others creations.
I won’t be there in person, but I am sure I will catch up on the content produced as I have before. I therefore bought a ticket in principle.