Friendly Introduction to Github
- Welcome and Intro to the workshop (5 mins)
- What GitHub is and how it's used (5 mins)
- Examples of how GitHub is used (10 mins)
- Public vs Private repositories (5 mins)
- Hands on forking a repository & editing the README (15 mins)
- Lingo Quiz
- Small group work: Data Management Course Modules (30 mins)
- Projects (5 mins)
- Mid-point assessment (5 mins)
BREAK (15-20 mins)
- Review assessment results (5 mins)
- Lingo Quiz redux (10 mins)
- gh-pages for online data management (50 mins)
- Gitbook demo (2 mins)
- Git command line demo (5-10 mins)
- Q&A (20 mins)
- Final assessment (3 mins)
Session notes and resources will be recorded here.
Here we'll hopefully answer questions you might have.
Where is the workshop located and when will it be?
- Friday, April 21st 2017
- 8:30am - 12:30pm
- Renaissance Seattle
- Madison Salon B
What is the WIFI code?
- None. Use the same WIFI we've been using at RDAP so far.
What is our event hashtag?
Where can I find the RDAP Code of Conduct?
RDAP is an inclusive, cooperative environment where all practitioners and interested non-practitioners are welcomed, open dialogue is encouraged, and all perspectives are appreciated. Please read their full Code of Conduct for more information.
Who can I approach if I have any problems or issues to report that violate our Code of Conduct?
Please reach out directly and immediately to the conference co-chairs Yasmeen Shorish or Brianna Marshall, or Andrew Johnson onsite. You can also reach out to any ASIS&T staff member at the conference. All information will be kept confidential unless we determine that disclosure with appropriate third parties (including but not limited to law enforcement, ASIS&T, etc.) is necessary. We will discuss your options with you before we take any step unless your security or that of other attendees is at risk.
Here we'll list some persistent resources that you might use throughout the workshop.
Meet your instructors!
These folk are here to support and help you! Please do not hesitate to flag them down if you have any questions.
Jessica Gallinger (@GallingerJ)
Research Data Management Librarian / Simon Fraser University
Danielle Robinson (@daniellecrobins )
Advocacy for science and the open web / 2016 @MozillaScience Fellow / Freshly defended Neuroscience PhD @OHSUSOM / hangs with librarians / party mom / @wispdx
Steve Van Tuyl (@badgerbouse)
Digital Repository Librarian / Scientist / Hydranaut / Heckler / Oregon State University / Peanut Gallery
Stephanie Wright (@shefw)
Program Lead, Mozilla Science Lab / former data librarian / forever data geek / @MozillaScience