Library Carpentry Workshop
In partnership with The Carpentries, we are thrilled to bring core lessons of Library Carpentry virtually to NNLM. Library Carpentry focuses on building software and data skills within library and information-related communities. Their hands-on, approachable workshops empower people in a variety of roles to use software and data in their own work and support effective, efficient, reproducible practices.
This fall and winter, NNLM will host 5 online Library Carpentry workshops for participants from NNLM member institutions. The target audience is learners who have little to no prior computational experience. In addition to participating in Library Carpentry workshops, NNLM members will also have the opportunity to receive training to become instructors for Library Carpentry.
Learn more about this exciting opportunity by watching this previously recorded 1 hour Q&A info session: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJxlmrXfIbw
Workshop dates and topics:
October 29-30 - For this workshop, the instructors will teach Tidy Data, the Unix Shell, OpenRefine, and Git.
November 12-13 - For this workshop, the instructors will teach RegEx, the Unix Shell, OpenRefine, and Git.
December 1-2 - Information forthcoming
January 7-8 - Information forthcoming
January 20-21 - For this workshop, the instructors will teach Tidy Data, OpenRefine, and R.
All slots for the above sessions are currently filled.
Reach out about any questions to the NNLM Training Office
This course is eligible for 20 continuing education credits through the Medical Library Association.
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