Danielle Robinson · Nov 8, 2017

Stencila at the University of Oregon

Today we drove from Portland down to the college town of Eugene, Oregon where we were hosted by the University of Oregon Data Services Librarian Jonathan Cain and Digital Metadata Collections Librarian Sarah Seymore .

Sarah showed us around the Alan Price Science Commons and Research Library .

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Including a stop at the seismometer!

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We set up for our workshop, which included a pizza party!

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And kicked things off on the BIG SCREEN. Spreadsheets have never looked so good!

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After an engaging and informative session with lots of post it notes, good questions, and feedback - more on that in a later post - we toured the DeArmond MakerSpace . Our tour guide, Melissa Galvan schooled us on laser cutters, 3D printers, laser scanners, fancy sewing machines, milling machines and more - thanks Melissa for an awesome tour!

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Here’s Nokome examining a laser printed copy of a laser scanned boxfish!

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Thanks to everyone we met at the University of Oregon - we really appreciate you taking the time to talk about reproducibilty, spreadsheets, and Stencila. See you next time!