James Tripp (Academic Technologist)
My role as an academic technologist is to support the use of technology in teaching and research at CIM. I design and teach the lab sessions for IM902: Approaches to the Digital and IM904: Digital Objects, Digital Methods, IM920: Digital Sociology and support the IM921 Visualiation labs. I also provide R workshops teaching programming and basic statistical methods for Q-STEP. I develop software tools and maintain the CIM Linux servers.
Below are some useful resources I've created.
Q-STEP Workshop 3 Term 2 [OneDrive Folder]
Some useful links on the University of Warwick web pages are below.
Download Microsoft Office installer - Enter your username as ITS Usercode @warwick.ac.uk and your ITS password is requested