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Wednesday, October 16 • 10:20am - 11:15am
#w2e: coding / programming

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Session Chair: Amy Rudersdorf (AVP)
Building Student and Faculty Computational Skills with Python Camp
Megan Potterbusch, Laura Wrubel
George Washington University
Addressing a booming desire for Python skills across disciplines, GW Libraries recently developed Python Camp for students and faculty. Presenters will share how they leveraged a faculty member’s openly licensed curriculum on computational foundations and taught introductory Python skills using live-coding instruction via JupyterHub and the Open edX platform.
Do we really need to build an app for that?
Paul Clough
University of Miami Libraries, United States of America
Software development can be a difficult and time-consuming process. Can we leverage existing tools and techniques to solve our problems and avoid creating new technical debt? At the University of Miami Libraries, we've successfully completed several projects using workflows that incorporate command line tools, rather than writing new software.
Reporting from the Archives: Python + Google Sheets API = Better Data, Faster Migration
Kevin Schlottmann, David Hodges
Columbia University Libraries
A large-scale, multi-phase migration of Columbia’s archives into ArchivesSpace was the occasion to brainstorm on flexible, adaptive data analysis and reporting solutions—to think beyond the CSV. Reusable tools built in Python using the Google Sheets API enabled creation of ad hoc, shared reporting interfaces to keep the project on track.

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Amy Rudersdorf

senior consultant, AVP

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Laura Wrubel

Software Development Librarian, George Washington University

Paul Clough

University of Miami Libraries
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David Hodges

Special Collections Analyst, Columbia University
Mostly library tech.

Megan Potterbusch

Data Services Librarian, George Washington University
I am a Data Services Librarian at George Washington University. I work with faculty, staff, and student researchers with finding, using, and stewarding research data and have a particular interest in the theory and practice of open science.

Wednesday October 16, 2019 10:20am - 11:15am EDT
Meeting Rooms 5-6