The Library Carpentry lessons are fantastic resources for teaching students.
Drawing on Library Carpentry lessons, pedagogy and community
A place where everyone can come together to share topics and learn from each other
Now you can request stickers until 30 June 2019!
63 sprinters from 8 countries and 35 institutions took part in the May 2019 sprint.
An update on what the Library Carpentry Maintainers have been working on since January 2019.
What's new at ORCID? Learn about new features available via ORCID's API 3.0 to connect and share more of your own and community's contributions.
The Group will advise on ways to foster greater participation in the Library Carpentry community
Upcoming Sprint to improve and develop Library Carpentry material
An update on Library Carpentry lesson development
A two-day worldwide sprint held on 29-30 November 2018 to develop domain-relevant guides on FAIR.
Reflections on Holding a Carpentries-Inspired Workshop in my Library and Information Science (LIS) Class
News on Library Carpentry’s Lesson Program Implementation with The Carpentries
A space where staff can continue to apply what they've learned from Library Carpentry workshops
In celebration of reaching 2K Twitter followers, here is a summary of our Twitter Analytics
A global sprint to develop 10 FAIR things resources for data in different disciplines
Library Carpentry workshop at the University of Arizona
Workshop and instructor training for librarians
How your library can be a hub for data science activities in your community.
UO and OSU Library Carpentry report
Developing the New England Software Carpentry Library Consortium and a Community of Practice
Helping keep lessons on track
What is considered a Library Carpentry workshop vs a roadshow
How the Library Carpentry community began, and where it is going
A report from the TIB Hannover FAIR Data & Software Workshop (9-13 July, 2018)
Taking Library Carpentry on the road in New Zealand
Time to talk about data and software skills in libraries
Upcoming, open Instructor training for librarians