GL 540, Green Library, MMC | HL 124, Glenn Hubert Library, BBC, Florida International University.


The Digital Scholar Studio is host to multiple workshops every semester on digital scholarship tools, topics, and methods ranging from Introduction to Digital Humanities to Advanced Excel. Workshops are always free to attend and open to everyone in the FIU community. Below you will find an outline of our current semesters workshops.

Previous semesters’ workshop recordings and materials are available in Digital Commons.

Summer 2022

We offer a limited number of workshops in the summer–stay tuned for our full fall lineup. If you would like to have a voice in the workshops we offer, consider filling out our planning survey!

Don’t Be Satisficed! A Two-Part Workshop on Writing Surveys in Qualtrics

June 7 & 9, 2022, 11Am-12PM

Please join us for this two-part workshop series on creating good surveys! Part one will cover the basics of writing survey questions that will yield the most accurate data using social science. You’ll learn how to avoid satisficing, acquiescing, bias, and much more while creating your survey.  Part two will be a live demo of Qualtrics and how to use it to your advantage. We will look at creating a survey from scratch, importing question, dissemination tools, and will answer all your questions.

About the presenter: 

Kelley Rowan is the Digital Archives Librarian in the Digital Collections Center at FIU. She serves as the ETD librarian, publishing all university theses and dissertations and manages various collections in dPanther, the digital repository. Her research interests include the science of survey creation, copyright, and privacy. Look for her recurring workshops on these topics through FIU’s Digital Scholar Studio.

Register Here