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The Carpentries Blog

The Carpentries Vision Statement

Our vision is to be the leading inclusive community teaching computing and data skills.

CarpentryCon Community Call, November 6

Join the Task Force on November 6 for CarpentryCon 2020 updates

Teaching Tech Together

A new book elaborates on the Carpentries instructor training material and more.

Call for Candidates for the 2020 Carpentries Executive Council

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

A Better Experience for Workshop Surveys

New survey systems for our workshops

Member Survey Results and the next Member Organisation Council Meetings

Building Community through Membership: 2019 Member Survey Results and Member Organisation Council Meetings

Tips for Organising Your First Carpentries Workshop

In this post, Angela Li and Jessica Trelogan share tried and tested strategies for organising successful Carpentries workshops

Teaching Software Carpentry at the University of Botswana

In this post, Raniere Silva shares reflections from teaching a software carpentry workshop in Botswana

Export to Etherpad: a New Extra in the Instructor-Training Repository

A new tool for instructor-trainers to make preparation for a new workshop easier.

The Carpentries Tagathon - Our Hacktoberfest Initiative

This October, read and suggest relevant tags for posts published on The Data Carpentry, Library Carpentry and Software Carpentry blogs

RStudio's Instructor Training Program

How Rstudio's instructor training builds on the Carpentries.

Catching Up on Executive Council Policy Making

Here's an update from The Carpentries Executive Council about recent and ongoing work, and with links to relevant resources

The Carpentries Canadian Community Discussion

Chat with Canadian Regional Coordinators

Livening Up Live Coding

Matt Dray shares lessons from the trainer workshop about audience needs and positive instructor behaviour when running participatory live coding

Thank you all!

In this post, Chris Erdmann reflects on his time as Library Carpentry Community & Development Director ahead of his last day.

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