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The 2023 Instructor Notes Drive Starts Next Week!

Everything you need to get involved and make Carpentries lessons easier to teach.

Highlights from the 2023 Executive Council Retreat

EC members reflect on how to best support The Carpentries as a multicultural organisation by expanding our thinking and discussing power and privilege.

Wins and Challenges of Running a Carpentry Workshop in South Africa during Load shedding

It was helpful that we had booked a lab in a building which has a backup generator

Welcome to our Newest Lesson Maintainers!

Nineteen new Lesson Maintainers badged

New opportunities to lead Carpentry-Con-type programming year-round

Introducing New Community Programming Offerings

The Carpentries Strategic Plan: Three Years and Counting

Community recognition and appreciation, automation, lesson development training, and improved accessibility. Progress towards The Carpentries Strategic Plan for 2020-2025

Get Ready for the Instructor Notes Drive

A community-wide event to update, expand, and improve guidance provided to Instructors in lessons

The Dovetail #17: Updates from The Carpentries Workbench

Final preparations are underway

Workbench Beta Phase Complete

Prepare for transition to The Workbench in May

The Carpentries Lab: Metagenomics Curriculum

A peer-reviewed Metagenomics curriculum has been added to The Carpentries Lab

Announcing 27 March Community Discussion with The Carpentries Executive Council

Join members of The Carpentries Executive Council to discuss outcomes from the Q1 meeting

Welcome to the 2023 Trainers Leadership Committee!

Meet the representatives making decisions for our Instructor Trainer community in 2023

The Dovetail #16: Updates from The Carpentries Workbench

A look back at styles

Join the Monthly Instructor Meetings

Calling ALL Instructors, Experienced Instructors and New Instructors

The Carpentries Accessibility Statement and Accommodation Form

The Carpentries develops an Accessibility Statement!

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