In the last episode we talked about The Carpentries, the joint initiative comprising the Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry. In this episode we’ve invited Chris Erdmann to talk to us about the third well-known Carpentry out there (not being part of The Carpentries yet): Library Carpentry. Together with Chris, who is the current Library Carpentry Community and Development Director, we dive into what Library Carpentry is, how it came to being, what it does and where it heads to.
Enjoy!Episode Info: Duration 1:14:56 Recorded on 13-08-2018, Published on 03-09-2018
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Introduction Chris Erdmann00:00:40
University of California Davis; — CNET/MySimon; — Data Mining; — Faceted Search; — University of Washington; — Supreme Court; — European Southern Observatory; — Harvard Smithonian Center for Astrophysics; — North Carolina State University; — Californian Digital Library;.
General Introduction to The Carpentries and Library Carpentry00:02:58
The History of Library Carpentry00:12:10
Data Scientist Training for Librarians (DST4L); — James Baker; — Software Sustainability Institute; — Belinda Weaver; (ARDC - Australian Research Data Commons;) — WikiData; — Python; — Lib Guides; — Lessons at Library Carpentry; — Software Carpentry for Librarians; — Bug BBQs;.
Governance and Instructors00:33:13
Interim Governance Group; — Curriculum Advisor Committee; — Tim Dennis; — LIBER Conference in Dublin; — German National Library of Medicine (ZBMed); — Bibliothèque nationale de France (BNF); — The British Library;.
The road ahead00:42:52
A Meta View00:55:16