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Github Workshop Materials

Intro to Github and Git - Here is the link to the online Github repository containing the workshop's slides.

Workshop schedule

Workshops were offered in Alexander Library and the Library of Science and Medicine (with identical content)

Open Science with Github and Zenodo

April 16, 12:00-2:00, Library of Science and Medicine (1st Floor)

Scientists are frequently required to share the products of their funded research. Learn how to use the freely available Github platform for project management and collaboration, and connect your Github project to the open Zenodo repository to share your work, and make it citable with a permanent Digital Object Identifier (DOI). No previous experience is necessary.

Intro to Github and Git

November 9, 1:30 - 3:30, Library of Science and Medicine (1st Floor)

November 30, 1:30 - 3:30, Alexander Library

This was a beginner level workshop aimed at introducing the participants to Github and Git - two of the most used softwares for project management across various industries and research sectors. It took them from initial setting up of Github account, creating their own individual repositories and finally collaborating with each other on a common Github repository.

Open Science and Reproducible Research Graduate Specialist

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