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As code and software become an ever bigger part of research (its likely that around 1/3 of researchers write code), coding and other digital skills become ever more important to researchers.
In this online panel discussion, we will explore this with a few questions like these:
There may also be time for some audience questions.
The panel includes Emma Norling (Director of Learning and Teaching in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Sheffield), Shangshang Gu (School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield), Ashley Cadby who plays a key role in teaching code in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Sheffield and Norbert Gyenge (IT Services) with expertise in shorter courses.
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We’ll use sli.do for questions, link will be circulated during the event.
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