Community Data Science Workshops (Fall 2014): Difference between revisions

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The [http://www.com.washington.edu University of Washington Department of Communication] is hosting the event and all of our events '''except the Saturday morning lectures''' will be held in the '''Communications building (CMU)''' on the Seattle UW campus. This includes the Friday setup and the and all of the afternoon projects. You can find the building on [https://maps.google.com/maps?q=CMU+Building&hl=en&ll=47.655675,-122.306435&spn=0.018732,0.016394&sll=47.613028,-122.342064&sspn=0.599907,0.524597&hq=CMU+Building&t=m&z=16 this Google map] or on [http://www.washington.edu/maps/ this campus map from UW].
 
Because we have grown so big, we have had to move the lectures into a larger lecture hall than the CMU building has available. Please meet at '''Savery Hall 260''' ([http://uw.edu/maps/?sav map]) on '''the three Saturday mornings at 9:45'''. It is about a five minute walk from the Communications building. Unfortunately, most of the doors to Savory Hall are locked on weekends. The door on the '''west side of the building''' (i.e., the one nearest Kane Hall) should be open.
 
Parking at UW is available but is not free. There is [https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/parking/selfserve self-serve parking] as well as gatehouses that are staffed from 7am on Saturday and can issue you parking passes and point you to an appropriate lot. More details are on the [https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/parking/daily UW Commuter Services website for Visitors and Guests]. UW is also well served by public transportation and easily accessible by bicycle with the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burke_Gilman_Trail Burke Giilman Trail].
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