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Software & Data Workshops
Software Carpentry Workshops
Five Caltech librarians are certified Carpentries Instructors. The Carpentries initiatives organize hands-on workshops to teach researchers essential computing skills. Open-source platforms are taught wherever possible, including OpenRefine, Git/GitHub, Python, and R, among others. Caltech Library instructors are trained to teach several of these lessons, and they will periodically offer workshops hosted by the Library. Check our schedule to see if one is coming up or sign up for our mailing list to hear about workshops before everyone else!
The Caltech Library is happy to partner with campus groups to design and host Carpentry workshops for their target audiences. Contact us for more information on co-sponsoring a workshop for your group.
Managed by Caltech Library, the Author Carpentry Initiative addresses the “last mile” of the research process. This workshop includes tools and workflows to aid in writing papers, meeting reporting requirements, reviewing, handling dissemination and licensing, measuring scholarly impact, and establishing author identity and reputation.
The Caltech Library is happy to partner with campus groups to design and host Author Carpentry workshops for their target audiences. Contact us for more information on co-sponsoring a workshop for your group.