A Software Carpentry workshop is hands-on two-day event that covers the core skills needed to be productive in a small research team. Short tutorials alternate with practical exercises, and all instruction is done via live coding. All workshop participants are required to abide by our code of conduct to ensure that all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience.
To help us improve our instruction, we have prepared a pre-assessment questionnaire for learners that can be used to ensure instruction is at the right level, a post-assessment questionnaire for learners to help us determine how well the workshop went, and a second post-assessment questionnaire for instructors for calibration. Please contact us if you are organizing a workshop for help delivering and evaluating these questionnaires.
For more information about any workshop below, please contact the person listed on that workshop's webpage. For all general inquiries please email us.
|University of Campinas||Dec 05-08, 2016|
|Medical Sciences Teaching Centre, University of Oxford||Dec 05-07, 2016|
|University of Victoria||Dec 07-08, 2016|
|UCSF||Dec 09-10, 2016|
|University of California, San Francisco||Dec 09-10, 2016|
|Deakin University||Dec 12-13, 2016|
|229th AAS Meeting||Jan 03-03, 2017|
|NERC / The University of Bristol||Jan 04-06, 2017|
|University of Oxford||Jan 09-10, 2017|
|The University of Washington eScience Institute||Jan 09-12, 2017|
|Software Carpentry @ UW Madison||Jan 12-13, 2017|
|LCG-Aula 1-2, Centro de Ciencias Genómicas, UNAM||Jan 16-20, 2017|
|NERC / The University of Bristol||Jan 18-20, 2017|
|ResBaz Hobart, Python Stream||Jan 31-Feb 01, 2017|
|ResBaz Hobart, R Stream||Jan 31-Feb 01, 2017|
|AMOS / MSNZ Conference||Feb 05-06, 2017|
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