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SHARE Community Meeting and Hackathon at the Center for Open Science 7/11/16 - 7/16/16

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SHARE Community Meeting, Hackathon, and Workshops Monday, July 11 - Friday, July 15, 2016 Charlottesville, Virginia This series of projects will be a source for all of the materials you'll need while participating in a workshop hosted at this SHARE meeting. See the different components to the right for the workshop you're looking for. The program schedule and session descriptions are now available...

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  • SHARE Hackathon 7/11 - 7/12


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  • iPython/Jupyter Notebooks and SHARE


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  • Collaborative Meeting Notes


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  • Outreach Materials for SHARE’s Different Constituencies, Wednesday, July 13, 3:15-4:15 PM, Ashlawn/Highlands room

    Working session to jump-start the development of resources that we can all use to communicate about SHARE with anyone who might be interested, from li...

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  • Related Projects across the Ecosystem


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  • Service Learning Pedagogy at Your Institution


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  • Scholarly Workflow


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  • SHARE Data Model 2.0

    An overview of the community priorities driving an updated metadata model for SHARE

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