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Kristina Hettne 21h
Setting up at the instructor training organized by and . Looking forward to a day of learning didactic skills and giving better training to our researchers and staff at !
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James Baker 11 Oct 16
Librarian? Want to use regex, shell, git or OpenRefine to work w/ data? Check out updated modules!
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Library Carpentry Jun 29
We need your help! Anyone working in library- and info-related roles, please help us add more resources to our audience page for job descriptions and demographics. So far we only have US and European examples. is a global community!
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Cam Macdonell 26 Aug 16
lesson sprint on day 2 of Library Carpentry in South Africa!
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Liz Finlay 22 Jun 17
Sorry Excel, I've met OpenRefine
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Tom Sykes 24 Jan 16
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Fiona Jones 23 Jun 17
Thanks for the feedback from our workshop participants 👍
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Emma 15 Jun 17
What do you do with your data and documents?
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anitra 22 Jun 17
the tools I did not know that existed but will change my life
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Nora McGregor 9 Nov 15
A must read: Paul Ford's "What is Code?" an excellent place to start!
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Tom Roper Aug 27
ZB MED: new developments (including ). TH Köln runs undergraduate library and digital communication, and data and information science courses. Also BA online editing
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Tabitha Witherick 16 Jun 17
Anyone interested in running a workshop? Checkout my new blog about how we ran ours
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Library Carpentry 9 Nov 16
Please spread word of our funded workshop call to your networks - we want to support workshops
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James Baker 11 Oct 16
Better still, get involved. is a distributed volunteer community effort always looking for fresh library eyes.
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annakrystalli 7 Mar 17
Busy at the 1st Sheffield . First activity, collaborative jargon busting!
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Petrina Collingwood 1 Nov 16
Just did my first Library Carpentry workshop on OpenRefine at Griffith University Library. Useful tool!
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Kathryn Drumm 30 Nov 15
Learning about OpenRefine today at - a tool for working with messy data. Is there any other sort?!
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Rudolf Mumenthaler Feb 13
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Janice Chan 🌈 Jun 11
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Deborah Fuller 22 Jun 17
where have you been all my life?
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