Description: Bioinformatics related workshops
Frequency: 4-5 workshops for the semester
Personnel: Mohammed Khalfan (email@example.com), Sophie Tintori, Patrick Golden, Eugene Plavskin
Next Generation Sequencing Analysis
Description: e-book with modules designed to provide hands on experience with analyzing next generation sequencing
Personnel: Nizar Drou, David Gresham, Kris Gunsalus, Manpreet Singh Katari, Mohammed Khalfan, Jillian Daisy Rowe, Alan Twaddle, Ayman Yousef
Intro R Course
Description: introductory R course intended for learners with no prior coding experience
Personnel: Eugene Plavskin, Grace Avecilla
Description: bootcamp for beginners through intermediate users covering Adobe Illustrator and visual design fundamentals for scientists
Frequency: once a year, lasting one week (usually Spring semester)
Description: A Software Carpentry workshop is taught by at least one trained and badged instructor. Over two days, instructors teach our three core topics: the Unix shell, version control with Git, and a programming language (Python or R). Curricula for these lessons in English and Spanish (select lessons only) are below.
Repository of Stanford’s Carpentry Workshops
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Description: This two-day class has the following overall goals: Introduce you to evidence-based best-practices of teaching.
Teach you how to create a positive environment for learners at your workshops.
Provide opportunities for you to practice and build your teaching skills.
Help you become integrated into the
Prepare you to use these teaching skills in teaching