SAGE Publishing is inviting applications for the 2022 SAGE Concept Grant, which provides funding for new software tools for social science research.
We’re pleased to announce there will be a free workshop on Managing Academic Software Development as part of our upcoming Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding.
Meet Software Sustainability Institute 2022 Fellow Connah Kendrick as he talks about his plans for his fellowship relating to digitising museum artefacts in the latest episode of the Code for Thought podcast.
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The SECRIOUS research team are hosting their second Slow Game Jam - a series of workshop/jam sessions that take participants through the game design process and provide cyber security and game developers as mentors.
In the latest episode of the Code for Thought podcast, Peter Schmidt speaks to James Baker, newly appointed director of Digital Humanities at the University of Southampton in the UK.
The University of Edinburgh is running a series of online workshops in software and data skills as part of the Scottish Funding Council’s programme for Data Skills Workforce Development. These courses are intended to help members of the Scottish Workforce to upskill or reskill in several digital data competency areas.
Are you new to coding in academia and looking to improve your skills? Take part in our Learning to Code mentorship programme!
We are delighted to announce the Panel on Ethics at Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22), which will focus on discussions around implementations of ethics in research and software, and give practical guidance to workshop participants on how ethical considerations can strengthen the work they are doing.
We are looking for Research Software Engineers (even if that's not your current job title) to volunteer in our upcoming Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding. There are opportunities to get involved in our Software Surgery and/or our Learning to Code mentorship programme.