In the first session of the new Computation and Data Science Education Community of Practice (CDS Education CoP), Professors Michael Widener (Department of Geography & Planning), Ayobami Laniyonu (Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies), and Fedor Dokshin (Department of Sociology) will share their experiences incorporating computation and data science into their classrooms. They’ll discuss what they do, what’s worked well, and what challenges/sticking points they’ve encountered. We will have plenty of time for questions and discussion, and we hope you will consider attending.
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About the CDS Education CoP
The new Computation and Data Science Education Community of Practice (CDS Education CoP) aims to bring together educators to share their experiences designing and implementing educational activities, pedagogical best practices and use of various technologies.
This community of practice is currently administered by Professors Nathan Taback and David Liu, with support from Caitlin Burton and Maureen Peng in the Faculty of Arts & Science Dean's Office.
To join this new community of practice on Microsoft Teams click here.