Workshops

A workshop provides an online format for hands-on technical topics or other interactive training. Workshops may be up to 3 hours in length with at least a 15-minute break. Multiple deliveries of a workshop for different time zones can be provided.

Zoom will be used for delivery. Technical workshops will have the option to run on computational resources provided by the SORSE cloud sponsor. We will support you to prepare a computational environment for attendees. You are free to run a session in any suitable manner. However, as part of your contribution to SORSE you will be asked to explain how you will make use of available facilities to run an effective workshop. Where relevant you should consider the use of Zoom break-out rooms, flipped-classroom style delivery and/or use of pre-recorded materials.

You will be asked to specify the maximum number of participants for your session. Please be prepared to recruit a sufficient number of helpers to support workshop delivery. We recommend one helper per 10 attendees.

FAQ

What should be in my Workshops abstract
A good workshop abstract should include: Relevant introductory background information on the chosen topic What attendees will learn (Learning outcomes) ...

Team

Andrew Gait

Andrew Gait

University of Manchester Manchester, UK


UK RSE Programme Committee Workshops

Catherine Smith

Catherine Smith

University of Birmingham Birmingham, UK


UK RSE Programme Committee Workshops

Chris Cave-Ayland

Chris Cave-Ayland

Imperial College London, UK


UK RSE Code of Conduct Programme Committee Talks Workshops

Eileen Kuehn

Eileen Kuehn

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Karlsruhe, Germany


de-RSE e.V. Programme Committee Website Committee Workshops

Mateusz Kuzak

Mateusz Kuzak

The Netherlands eScience Center Amsterdam, NL


nl-RSE Programme Committee Panels and Discussions Workshops Operating Committee