Teaching and Learning with Jupyter
online resourceposted on 2022-04-17, 16:10 authored by Lorena A. BarbaLorena A. Barba, Lecia J. Barker, Douglas S. Blank, Jed BrownJed Brown, Allen DowneyAllen Downey, Timothy George, Lindsey J. Heagy, Kyle MandliKyle Mandli, Jason K. MooreJason K. Moore, David Lippert, Kyle NiemeyerKyle Niemeyer, Ryan WatkinsRyan Watkins, Richard WestRichard West, Elizabeth WickesElizabeth Wickes, Carol Willling, Michael ZingaleMichael Zingale
This Handbook for Teaching and Learning with Jupyter is the result of a book sprint on Nov. 28–29, 2018, with the support of a grant from the Jupyter Community Workshops program, sponsored by Bloomberg and managed by NumFOCUS.
Fifteen researchers, educators and STEM faculty met at the George Washington University, in Washington, D.C., for a sprint to, in two and a half days, collaboratively write the first draft of this handbook, and immediately published it online at jupyter4edu.github.io (2018).
Read more on the Jupyter Blog (Jan. 7, 2019).
– Additional sponsorship by Leidos, Inc.