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The Carpentries Blog

Reflections on my First Data Carpentry Workshop

Lessons learned during the author's first attendance at a Data Carpentry workshop

Call for Candidates for the 2021 Carpentries Executive Council

Nominations are now open for community-elected and Council-elected positions

CarpentryCon @ Home: The journey of the Wikidata Lesson

Following up on the CarpentryCon @ Home session, Library Carpentry Wikidata Lesson Sprint

Progress Towards The Carpentries 2020-2025 Strategic Plan

Read on to learn about our strategic plan progress through Q3 2020 (July - September)

Lessons Learned - Data Carpentries Workshop for SADiLaR (August 31, 2020)

This post covers instructors' experiences teaching a Data Carpentries workshop for the South African Centre for Digital Language Resources in August 2020

Announcing the new Help Wanted page

A new page to highlight issues needing your help.

Hacktoberfest 2020 - Glosario Contribution Drive

This October, help us internationalise and expand Glosario, the open source, multilingual glossary of data science terms.

Announcing The Carpentries Philanthropy: A New Way to Get Involved with The Carpentries

Join our new mailing list for an opportunity to engage with The Carpentries on a philanthropic level

CarpentryCon @ Home: Growing Carpentries through a Growing Community at Oklahoma State University

Following up on the CarpentryCon @ Home session, Growing Carpentries through a Growing Community with the session hosts

Our Long-Term Survey is Open for Responses

How do the results of our long-term survey for in-person workshops compare to virtual workshops? Let’s find out!

Running Newcastle University's First Online Software Carpentries Workshop

This post covers the instructor's experiences teaching an online Software Carpentry workshop at Newcastle University

Recent Publications Highlighting the Value of the Carpentries in Academic Libraries

Several recent publications have showcased the value of The Carpentries in academic libraries. Here we highlight three written by members of our community

Announcing Library Carpentry efforts with the Network of the National Library of Medicine

The Carpentries will train NNLM members as Library Carpentry instructors, and pilot additional curriculum in the online environment.

Apply to Become a Carpentries Feedback Facilitator

Call for applications to join our 2020 cohort of Carpentries Feedback Facilitators is now open.

Introducing The Carpentries Community Facilitators Program

Read on and find out how to collaborate with us to develop resources under this program

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