[open-science] New resources for the Open Science MOOC

Jon Tennant jon.tennant.2 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 2 11:41:59 UTC 2018

Hi Open Science folks,

As you might be aware, with the Open Science MOOC we roll out content
basically as soon as it is produced, so that people can begin using it
right away.

Recently, we released a half hour audio companion to the module on Open
Research Software and Open Source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHrOEmKk5zM (also available on Soundcloud:

as well as a screencast guide to setting up your first GitHub repository:

All content we produce is, of course, openly licensed for as wide sharing
and re-use as possible. So, please feel free to do both of these things, as
well as provide any feedback so that we can improve future content
development! Any support with these things is deeply appreciated.



*  Nomadic Palaeontologist, Rogue Open Scientist; PhD, MEarthSci, MSc*

   - Founder of *paleorXiv* <https://paleorxiv.org/>, a free digital
   publishing platform for Palaeontology
   - Companion Website <https://paleorxiv.github.io/>
   - Founder of the *Open Science MOOC
      - Project development on GitHub <https://github.com/OpenScienceMOOC>
   - Freelance science communicator and consultant
   - Author of Excavate! Dinosaurs
      World of Dinosaurs (coming 2018)
   - Executive Editor of Geoscience Communication
   - Editor for the PLOS Paleo Community <http://blogs.plos.org/paleocomm/>

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Velociraptors blog.*

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