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The Carpentries Jul 18
[Video] Our Director of Memberships, , gave a great talk at last week on ' experience in building local communities of practices users. Watch:
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Cam Macdonell Jul 18
Off and away with instructor training ⁦⁦⁩ iSchool. Ramping up a cohort of ⁦⁩ instructors for ⁦⁩. Not 100% sure about this guy, but he seems to be doing OK.
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Chris Erdmann Jul 17
Registration is now open for Electronic Resources in Libraries Consider proposing to the in track inspired by recommendations from Shifting to Data Savvy Report &
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ZB MED Jul 17
Gebloggt: Aufbau einer Community für digitale Kompetenz bei ZB MED: Carpentries und HackyHours. Deutsche Version eines Artikels aus dem Blog der von
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
Replying to @LibCarpentry
Thanks to all the sprinters/contributors to the Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things. We will be adding all the latest Things to and in August/September when we get back from our summer plans! 10/10
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
Replying to @LibCarpentry
A recent workshop piloted Data & Software material and the material is in the top 10 most viewed resources on Zenodo 9/10
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
At presented on Data & Software Things and found that every discipline approaches FAIR differently but almost all of them recognize DOIs, file structure and metadata to be crucial parts of FAIRifying data. 8/10
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
Colleagues from joined the - Global Sprint recently and are drafting Nanotechnology & FAIRsharing Data & Software Things. Looking forward to seeing their work soon 7/10
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
. joined the - May 2019 Global Sprint and put together a draft for the European Open Science Cloud and You can provide feedback here . 6/10
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
Replying to @DANSKNAW
Engaging w/ Linked Open Data was a hot topic at crafted a Data & Software Things for Linked Open Data Have a look and provide feedback. 5/10
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
. Gerry Ryder Aswin Narayanan drafted the Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things for Imaging . Feedback is welcome via 4/10
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
Thanks to w/ the help of Françoise Genova the Top 10 FAIR Data & Software for Astronomy draft is ready for feedback 2/10
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Library Carpentry Jul 15
Our 2nd release of the Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things is hitting the pause button for summer plans. We are sharing our latest drafts for astronomy, music, imaging, linked open data, EOSC, nanotechnology, and FAIRsharing through this thread 1/10...
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Library Carpentry Jul 10
Congratulations to the Data CuRe Project Looking forward to working with you on training needs
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Library Carpentry Jul 9
Europe's Digital Humanities Landscape: 58% of respondents noted technical knowledge (coding or tool expertise) as the primary deficit in their environments. Library Carpentry events find favour with respondents.
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Library Carpentry Jul 9
Our Library Carpentry Advisory Group has put together a list of 7 prioritised goals for 2019-2020 Thanks!
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Anna Oates Jul 8
What an exciting Fall 2019 practicum opportunity to support a workshop hosted by the of
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Lorna Dawson Jul 4
Thank you and participants in the taster session. I really liked the pedagogical methods of learning from each other to jargon bust
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Nilani Ganeshwaran Jul 4
workshop as part of FAIR - RDM & ROMOR Summer school in Parma/Italy. My sessions on Tidy data and OpenRefine are well received by the attendees.
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