Most of the digital skills I teach in my workshops have comprehensive tutorials available online. Sites such as The Programming Historian offer a wealth of resources to learn new skills. These are a a few workshop series I wrote for topics that didn’t have comprehensive tutorials:
Intro to Digital Research in Linux
This series of workshops will progress through the skills required to download large quantities of digitized historical documents from online repositories and introduce basic text-mining techniques to perform simple methods of computational analysis to evaluate the content of those documents.
From 2D to 3D: Turning Images into Objects
This tutorial works through the steps of turning an image or an object, such as a relief, into a 3D model that can be edited, modified, and printed.
Building Interactive Maps with LeafletJS
Apps like Google’s MyMaps make it easy to produce interactive maps online, but these sites often have limited functionality. If you want to build a map that can do all the things you want it to do, LeafletJS is nice open-source option.