This week, I worked with several grantees to put together an abstract for csv,conf focused on measuring impact and success of data science education events. Schedule of upcoming programming for grantees: March
Serah Rono and Emily Lescak Cross-posted by The Carpentries: https://carpentries.org/blog/2021/02/prioritising-accessibility-virtual-events/ and the Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement: https://www.cscce.org/2021/02/26/prioritizing-accessibility-in-organizing-online-events/
This week, I hosted two webinars for Event Fund applicants and presented on remote working for a community call hosted by the Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement. There's a new post
Marie-Ève Monette and Emily Lescak Marie-Ève Monette is the founder and director of Creating Puentes, an organization that provides language access consulting, capacity building support, and workshops to entities serving non-native English-speaking communities.
This week, I released a blog post summarizing a session on virtual event moderation and tech support that was part of our grantee seminar series. Last weekend, Data Umbrella hosted one of its
Sara Kobilka and Emily Lescak Sara Kobilka is the owner and principal consultant at Renaissance Woman Consulting and has a background in education and journalism. Below, she shares her tips for organizing and
Emily Lescak, Robin Champieux (Oregon Health and Science University), Meag Doherty (Open Life Science and Tech, Rebalanced), Ted Laderas (Oregon Health and Science University), Samuel Guay (University of Montreal), Erin Robinson (Metadata Game
Emily Lescak, Stefanie Butland Stefanie Butland, Community Manager for rOpenSci, led a question and answer session for event fund grantees and fiscally-sponsored project leaders focused on community calls. rOpenSci community calls are online
We host a seminar series for grantees so that they can strengthen their skills in multiple aspects of event organization and implementation, including community calls, virtual event moderation and technical support, and accessibility.
Code for Science and Society is happy to announce its first cohort of Event Fund grant recipients! We appreciate the response to our first request for proposals from members of the data science
Happy new year! I'm working with the advisory committee and CS&S staff to finalize the next RFP and application questions. Stay tuned for their release later this month!
Next week is the JROST 2020 Conference, designed for communities who are building, maintaing, and advocating for open tools to support research and collaboration. I'll be representing the Event Fund at two sessions