Teaching the aspiring researcher: an educational workshop [Gear-Up]

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Date and Time 
October 10, 2022
10:00am to 12:00pm
Location 
Li & Ma Science Library Training Room 402
Admission 
Audience 
Faculty/Staff
Students
Event Sponsor 
Lane Medical Library, Stanford University Libraries
Contact 
aparada@stanford.edu

Since 2020, every summer term the Libraries have partnered with several different undergraduate research programs on the Stanford campus. These programs are designed to help underrepresented students achieve their goals of entering into graduate school. With the shift towards more and more computational based research, helping these students learn about basic coding and programming is a critical skill. In this workshop you will hear from some of the students from these programs talk about their experiences in the program, how they used the information they learned to complete their projects, and how you can apply these teaching practices in your own work. This event will have live, hands-on teaching demonstrations, and will also cover content inspired by the computational program known as The Carpentries.

Instructor: Zac Painter

This is a hybrid workshop. Upon registering you can select to attend in-person at the Li & Ma Science Library in the SAPP Center or via Zoom. 

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