Part 1: Getting Started with Drupal for Digital Scholarly Projects

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Wednesday, Sep 25, 2013 | 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
D-Lab Convening Room, 356 Barrows
United States

A two-part workshop for faculty, graduate students, and staff who want to start a digital project that includes a web presence. The first session will cover how to set up and configure a basic Drupal site using free hosting, and how to develop well-structured "content types" to store whatever data your project is working with (poems, verbs, quotes from a novel, excerpts from documents, historical events, etc.).

No technical background or programming experience is required. Please register on the D-Lab website.