SAVI Data Literacy Training: Module 1A--Frame the Problem, December 13, 2018

Before you can begin using data to inform decisions, identify what you are trying to accomplish and determine how data can help you get there. This will determine what kind of data you need.

We have a new registration system for SAVI Talks events and Data Skills Training which requires that you create a Participant Profile. (This is a one-time process; you do not need to recreate each time you sign up for an event.)

When you click the Register Now button, you will be redirected to the registration environment.

Click Sign Up in top right corner and follow prompts. Don’t worry, you will not be signing up as an IU student even though it references student. (This is an IU proprietary software used by several schools so they defaulted the text to that effect.)

If you prefer, sign up for the event first and at checkout, you will be asked if you have a Student Profile.

If you do not have a profile, please click on the Sign Up button and follow the instructions.

If you have an account in this system, choose “Yes I do.” You’ll be asked to log in with your credentials. You don’t need to have an IU account to log in. If you do not have an IU account, select an option under “Use third party account to log in.” You can use Facebook, Google, Outlook, and Yahoo accounts to log in. We will not receive any of your information from that third party account.

If you have any questions, please call 317.274.2455.

Location: 1200 Waterway Blvd.

December 13, 2018 | 08:30 AM to 10:30 AM

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SAVI Data Literacy Training: Module 2A--Find Existing Data, December 13, 2018

Now that you know what you want to accomplish with data, you can use that as a framework for choosing the right dataset. We cover the strengths, weaknesses, and costs of readily available data sets, including SAVI, so you have the information you need to locate the data that’s right for you.

Location: 1200 Waterway Blvd.

December 13, 2018 | 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

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Of Sultans, Studs, and Stableboys: Representations of Muslim Culture and Equine History in 'King of the Wind', December 14, 2018

Lunch provided.

Colloquium with Megan Musgrave; English, IUPUI

"Of Sultans, Studs, and Stableboys: Representations of Muslim Culture and Equine History in King of the Wind by Marguerite Henry” 

Hosted by the Ethical Dimensions of Childrens Literature seminar


Location: IUPUI campus, Chancellors, 875 W. North St. Indpls 46202

December 14, 2018 | 12:30 PM to 02:00 PM

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Indianapolis Men’s Chorus, December 14, 2018

Indianapolis Men’s Chorus, December 15, 2018

Indianapolis Men’s Chorus, December 15, 2018

Servicing Others Activity, January 17, 2019

50th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Celebration Dinner, January 20, 2019

IUPUI 50th Birthday Bash, January 24, 2019

HIP: How Is It Working?, January 24, 2019

Cookies and Canvas, February 7, 2019

Campus Campaign Kickoff, February 13, 2019

Teaching German in Indiana, February 16, 2019

"Immigrant Issues in Germany and the U.S." Panel Discussion, February 20, 2019

30th Annual Joseph T. Taylor Symposium, February 20, 2019

Plant a Succulent, March 7, 2019

"Social Issues and the Civil Society" One-Day Workshop, March 22, 2019

Tai Chi and Tea, April 4, 2019

German-Jewish Dialogue Today Lecture, April 10, 2019

Liberal Arts Talks- Audrey Gertz presents: “From Secret Technophobe to ??? - A Rookie’s Reflections on Online Teaching”, April 11, 2019

Celebration of Scholarship, April 20, 2019

IMP End of Year Celebration, April 24, 2019

IUPUI Commencement, May 11, 2019

The Humanities Intensive Teaching and Learning (HILT) Institute, June 3, 2019