- We are amending the steering committee election procedures.
- Some members of our community co-authored research papers, and would appreciate some feedback.
- A very succesful Google Summer of Code 2016 has come to an end.
- Openness can still lead to a frustrating situation.
- You can now log in to the etherpad to let us know if you will be attending the monthly Carpentries Community Call.
- Excel might be to blame for your conversion mistakes.
- Software Sustainability Institute fellowship programme 2017 applications now open.
- Learn how to make your research analysis better and reproducible at PyConZA 2016.
- Read more about Academic archetypes.
- What would you like to have at the Brisbane Research Bazaar (ResBaz)?
- A good read on how to be a Modern Scientist.
- If you have innovative ideas for open science the arnold foundation may be the place for you.
- rOpenSci is looking to employ a postdoctoral scholar to help with grant research.
- For our Instructor Training Course, we would like to put together ten simple rules on how not to engage your students when instructing.
- University of California, San Diego’s first Library Carpentry workshop was recently run, and it was a huge success.
- Small Teachings as suggested by James Lang may make a big difference in your teaching.
The Discussion Book can be a helpful tool to get people tlking productively.
- 17 workshops were run over the past 30 days. For more information about past workshops, please visit our website.
September: University of Colorado,McGill University, Griffith University, University of Chicago, University of Waterloo, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, University of British Columbia - EOAS, University of Southern Queensland, James Cook University, Townsville, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, University Of British Columbia.
October: Simon Fraser University, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Simon Fraser University, The River Club, Queensland Brain Institute, University of Colorado Boulder, UW Madison, University of Würzburg.
2017: AMOS / MSNZ Conference.
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