Software Carpentry Instructor Training
Monday, April 28, 2014 at 9:00 AM - Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 4:30 PM (CEST)
This is a live version of the online training course for people who wish to teach Software Carpentry. Over the course of three days, we will cover the basics of educational psychology and instructional design, and look at how to use those ideas to teach programming to scientists (and other people). Please see this blog post for more information about our training.
When & Where
UM Postdoc Office/Postdoc Association and Software Carpentry
UM Postdoc Office's mission is to connect you with the abundant resources available within your department, across campus and around town and to advocate for postdocs in University policy discussions. We help each fellow become a successful, independent scientific professional.
UM Postdoctoral Association is a volunteer organization whose main objective is to represent the interests and issues of postdoctoral fellows at the University of Michigan. We are an organization dedicated to bridging the training gap between the laboratory and the changing culture of biomedical science.
Software Carpentry teaches researchers in science, engineering, and medicine the skills and tools they need to use and build software more productively. We have over a hundred volunteer instructors in a dozen countries and all of our lesson materials are freely available under a Creative Commons license. Software Carpentry is a project of Mozilla Science Lab.