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Jupyter notebook is a web application for producing computational narratives: a notebook in the browser which runs code and renders text, mathematical notation, images and videos. While Jupyter notebook is a powerful open source tool for scientific computing and reproducible research, it has also emerged as a valuable teaching tool for scientific computing and data science.
Come join other instructors, researchers and students at UBC to share their Jupyter teaching experiences and to learn about new Jupyter tools!
- Day 1 (Aug 12) Theme: Getting started teaching with Jupyter
- Day 2 (Aug 13) Theme: Pedagogy & Assessment
- Day 3 (Aug 14) Theme: New developments in the Data Science and Jupyter education space
Full, up-to-date information and schedule are available at the schedule page: https://ubc-dsci.github.io/jupyterdays/
- Patrick Walls, Associate Professor of Teaching, Department of Mathematics
- Tiffany Timbers, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Department of Statistics, and Co-Director, Master of Data Science (Vancouver Option)
- Warren Code, Associate Director, Skylight (Science Centre for Learning and Teaching)
Please make sure you have your own quiet space, a computer with a webcam and headphones or earbuds.