We taught our Build Your Own Class and JupyterBook workshop to individuals from our beta participants in April 2021.  This workshop was taught by Nathan in two sessions.  Each session ran twice, as two identical sessions, on the same day.


In Tuesday's session, we all installed software!

Thursday's session was about getting git, Jupyter Notebooks, and Jupyter Book running together so we can start creating our own class and textbook:

Nathan Kelber

Nathan is the Community Engagement Lead for JSTOR Labs and the director of the Text Analysis Pedagogy Institute. In addition to his teaching role with Constellate, he has taught text analysis and digital humanities courses at the University of Maryland, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Wayne State University.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at tdm@ithaka.org or via the Slack channel (let us know if you want to be added).