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Getting Started with PreTeXt Virtual Workshops [Registration]

Want to get started writing your next great document, producing print, interactive and accessible HTML, and braille all from the same source? Community leaders Steven Clontz and Oscar Levin are hosting virtual workshops this summer to get you started from scratch.

Two options are are available. Registration is $150, with early-bird discounts and other waivers available (see registration form for details).

Register here for either the May or July session. Space is limited and offered first come, first serve.

Learn how to teach with Team-Based Inquiry Learning using the PreTeXt-powered TBIL Resource Library!

This MAA-sponsored virtual workshop will be offered 2023 June 5-9. Learn more here.

NSF-funded workshop held 2023 June 12-16 to envision the future of our Open-Source Ecosystem. Learn more here.

Using GitHub for Faculty

Many faculty are famliar with GitHub and its potential to organize instructional and research content in an open and accessible framework, but are intimidated by the command line tools often used to work with the platform. With recent enhancements to GitHub’s web-based tools, it’s never been easier to use GitHub for instruction and scholarship. This informal two-hour Zoom drop-in will overview how to take advantage of GitHub using just a web browser to create a course or project website, to manage a discussion board for your course/project, and to author reproducable Python or LaTeX code directly in your course/project repository.

This drop-in will be held on 2023 June 27 (Tuesday) from 11am-1pm Eastern. Information will be announced at the pretext-announce Google Group.

Participants will experience learning and teaching with the Active Calculus PreTeXt book hosted on Runestone, and learn how Runestone can replace the need for a separate online homework system.

This minicourse will take place at MAA Mathfest (2023 August 2-5) in Tampa, FL. Learn more here.

The National Center for Computer Science Education is excited to announce that they are offering a Computer Science Workshop Series during the 2023-24 academic year. This will be a series of virtual hands-on 2-4 hour workshops for Computer Science educators. Participants will work with trained computer science teachers and facilitators. For each mini-PD completed, participants may request a certificate of completion. Educators can choose to register for one mini-PD at a time or several at once.

Two options are are available (see EventBrite page for details).

Full calendar

All our events are available on our PROSE calendar.