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Welcome to our Newest Instructor Trainers!

Fourteen new Carpentries Instructor Trainers badged!

Organising Online Carpentries Workshops

Information for Carpentries Instructors to teach workshops remotely

Scaffolding Installation for Online Workshops

We now offer cloud instances as backup for learners with installation issues

Having a Great Online Learning Experience: A Guide for Students

Share this with your students before your next online workshop

Mapping & Planning a Live Coding Workshop for Digital Delivery

A bit of a plan for teaching online

A Brief Guide to Lists in The Carpentries' TopicBox

Wondering what lists to subscribe to in The Carpentries TopicBox? Read this helpful guide by Angelique Trusler

Introducing Our New Executive Director

Dr. Kari L. Jordan is the new Executive Director of The Carpentries!

Running University College London's First Online Git Workshop

We successfully ran a 3-hour workshop for 11 learners with one instructor and five helpers. here's how it turned out.

Lessons Learned from Running Code Refinery's First Online Workshop

Sharing with the community what worked well in our first online CodeRefinery workshop and what we need and plan to improve.

Official Guidelines (V1) for Taking Your Carpentries Workshop Online

The Carpentries convened a COVID-19 Response Task Force in mid-March, and a first version of their work is summarised in this post.

Introducing The CarpentryConnect Planning Kit

We are pleased to share a resource designed to guide community members as they organise local and regional Carpentries events, whether online or in-person.

Changes to CarpentryCon 2020

There will be no in-person or virtual CarpentryCon in 2020.

Being a Carpentries Maintainer and the Skills You Can Learn

Maintaining Carpentries lessons is a great way to learn Git.

Apply for Carpentries Maintainer Onboarding!

Welcoming new and existing Lesson Maintainers to the community!

More Community-Contributed Tips for Teaching Online

This post is the second in our round of invaluable community-contributed tips for teaching online.

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