Aleksandra Nenadic

The Software Sustainability Institute is launching regular UK Carpentry Community Calls.
The winning proposals for our call for developing training materials for data science have been chosen.

In October 2020 we invited quotes for the provision of Carpentries-style data science course curricula<

The Software Sustainability Institute is running an online Software Carpentry workshop for the members of the UK Acoustics Network (UKAN) from 1-5 March 2021.
The Carpentries have announced the results of the community and council elections for their 2021 Executive Council, which will assume responsibility of governance from the current Executive Council in February. 
New Carpentry-style training material on "Building Websites with Jekyll and GitHub" is being piloted at an online workshop on 6-9 March.
In collaboration with The Carpentries and some members of the Carpentry community, we are launching the Lesson Study Groups - a new programme to support community members wishing to develop new lessons in The Carpentries Incubator. 
We will be running The Carpentries Instructor Training online in the afternoons of 16-19 March.
SSI staff Aleksandra Nenadic and Mario Antonioletti look at the impact the pandemic has had on the delivery of Carpentry lessons.
The SSI is currently supported by the Scottish Funding Council’s (SFC) Upskilling Fund to deliver a programme of data skills training for the Scottish workforce. We are inviting quotes for the provision of a course curriculum.
The N8 Centre of Excellence for Computationally Intensive Research are investigating ways of meeting the growing demand for courses that teach computational and data skills to researchers.
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