Software Carpentry Workshop focusing on Beginning R Programming


This longstanding team specializes in well-tested pedagogical approaches to teaching computing.  Our instructors will include Sue McClatchy and her team from Jackson Laboratory, who have developed award-winning computational biology curricula for beginners.  The two-day workshop will include lunches and coffee breaks.  We will prioritize staff/faculty enrollment, but if you have students you’d like to attend, please include a number.  If interest is high, we may be able to plan a second workshop.

Please RSVP to this link by Friday, June 9:  https://goo.gl/forms/tVVOYtXiOgrWTwQj1


More about Software Carpentry:

https://software-carpentry.org/about/

More about R Computing:

http://swcarpentry.github.io/r-novice-gapminder/

More about McClatchy and her group:

https://www.aaas.org/news/science-magazine-prize-goes-computational-biology-course


For questions, contact Ellen Freeman or Andrea Tilden