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Library
Carpentry
Software Skills Training
for Library Professionals
James Baker, Lecturer in Digital
History/Archives
@j_...
@j_w_baker
The Exploratory Run
- November 2015
- City University London Centre for Information Science
- 4 x 3-hour sessio...
@j_w_baker
The Exploratory Run
Intro to Data
- Basics
- Regular Expressions
bdogb|bcatb match ‘dog’ or ‘cat’
d{2}-d{2}-d{2...
@j_w_baker
The Exploratory Run
Unix Shell
egrep '185[0-9]' *.txt > foobar.txt
egrep '185[0-9]' look for any date between
1...
@j_w_baker
The Exploratory Run
Git & GitHub
@j_w_baker
The Exploratory Run
OpenRefine
@j_w_baker
The Exploratory Run
People!!
Jez Cope Sheffield
Owen Stephens
Consultant
Raquel Alegre UCL
Greg Wilson Software...
@j_w_baker
The Exploratory Run
Funder
Founded to support the UK’s research software community
software.ac.uk
Hettrick, Sim...
@j_w_baker
Why Library Carpentry?
@j_w_baker
This is a decisive time for libraries. In the
changing social and technological environment,
libraries must ada...
@j_w_baker
Many library coders spend a significant amount of
time trying to cultivate buy-in, educate their
colleagues abo...
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Developments
Since November 2015..
- 11 workshops
- In 5 countries across 4 continents
...
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Global Workshops
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Global Workshops
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Global Workshops
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Global Workshops
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Global Collaboration
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
People!!
USA
Tim Dennis, Juliane Schneider
University of California
Gail Clement Caltec...
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Developments
Since November 2015..
- 11 workshops
- In 5 countries across 4 continents
...
@j_w_baker
librarians are acquiring new skills in metadata
creation and manipulation; and, in this ever
changing environme...
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Get involved
Would learning Git enable you to work better
with developers whose labour ...
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Get involved
Would learning shell commands for
manipulating and mining data make you
be...
@j_w_baker
Library Carpentry today
Get involved
Would learning OpenRefine provide you
with the skill-set to collaborate wi...
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Carpentry
Software Skills Training
for Library Professionals
James Baker, Lecturer in Digital
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@j_...
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Notes for a keynote I gave at the Chartered Institute for Library and Information Professionals Cataloguing and Indexing Group biennial conference, University of Swansea, 31 August - 2 September 2016.

Notes at https://gist.github.com/drjwbaker/96a32b70da2e03035272b6e5656696ad

Library Carpentry: software skills training for library professionals, Chartered Institute for Library and Information Professionals Cataloguing and Indexing Group biennial conference, University of Swansea, 31 August - 2 September 2016

  1. 1. Library Carpentry Software Skills Training for Library Professionals James Baker, Lecturer in Digital History/Archives @j_w_baker slideshare.net/drjwbaker This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Exceptions: quotations, embeds from external sources, logos, and marked images.
  2. 2. @j_w_baker The Exploratory Run - November 2015 - City University London Centre for Information Science - 4 x 3-hour sessions - 59 participants from 14 institutions Playforth, Clare. ‘Why the Information Profession Needs Library Carpentry’. Software Sustainability Institute, 3 December 2015. http://software.ac.uk/blog/2015-12-03-why-information-profession-needs- library-carpentry-0 Me on what we did: cradledincaricature.com/ 2015/12/01/library- carpentry-in-words-and- numbers-all-code-no- woodwork
  3. 3. @j_w_baker The Exploratory Run Intro to Data - Basics - Regular Expressions bdogb|bcatb match ‘dog’ or ‘cat’ d{2}-d{2}-d{2,4} match the date format ‘dd- MM-yyyy’ and ‘dd-MM-yy’ .* : .*, d{4} match ‘British Library : London, 2015’ and ‘Manchester University Press: Manchester, 1999’
  4. 4. @j_w_baker The Exploratory Run Unix Shell egrep '185[0-9]' *.txt > foobar.txt egrep '185[0-9]' look for any date between 1850 and 1859 *.txt in every file in this directory that ends in the extension .txt > foobar.txt and save all lines that match to foobar.txt
  5. 5. @j_w_baker The Exploratory Run Git & GitHub
  6. 6. @j_w_baker The Exploratory Run OpenRefine
  7. 7. @j_w_baker The Exploratory Run People!! Jez Cope Sheffield Owen Stephens Consultant Raquel Alegre UCL Greg Wilson Software Carpentry Ludi Price Caitlin Moore Daniel van Strien Ernesto Priego City University London
  8. 8. @j_w_baker The Exploratory Run Funder Founded to support the UK’s research software community software.ac.uk Hettrick, Simon. ‘It’s Impossible to Conduct Research without Software, Say 7 out of 10 UK Researchers’. Software Sustainability Institute, 4 December 2014. http://www.software.ac.uk/blog/2014-12-04-its-impossible-conduct- research-without-software-say-7-out-10-uk-researchers
  9. 9. @j_w_baker Why Library Carpentry?
  10. 10. @j_w_baker This is a decisive time for libraries. In the changing social and technological environment, libraries must adapt to fulfill their missions and satisfy their users. Library technology is acutely involved in this adaptation. Digital services, content and tools have become a part of nearly every aspect of library operations. The "digital library" is here–if you work in a library, you probably work in a digital library. Rochkind, Jonathan. ‘Editorial Introduction — Issue 1’. The Code4Lib Journal, no. 1 (17 December 2007). http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/39.
  11. 11. @j_w_baker Many library coders spend a significant amount of time trying to cultivate buy-in, educate their colleagues about technology, or work against siloed organizational structures as they produce inherently cross-departmental work. Yelton, Andromeda. ‘Coding for Librarians: Learning by Example’. Library Technology Reports 51, no. 3 (April 2015). doi:10.5860/ltr.51n3. pp. 22.
  12. 12. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Developments Since November 2015.. - 11 workshops - In 5 countries across 4 continents Australia, Canada, Norway, South Africa, USA - Reaching >200 librarians - New lesson on SQL - Distributed management structure - New repo github.com/data-lessons - New sites data-lessons.github.io/library-data-intro
  13. 13. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Global Workshops
  14. 14. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Global Workshops
  15. 15. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Global Workshops
  16. 16. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Global Workshops
  17. 17. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Global Collaboration
  18. 18. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today People!! USA Tim Dennis, Juliane Schneider University of California Gail Clement Caltech Tracy Teal Data Carpentry Europe Daniel van Strien City University London Owen Stephens Owen Stephens Consulting Mateusz Kuzak Netherlands eScience Center Jez Cope University of Sheffield Library Carpentry today People!! Australia Matthias Liffers Curtin University Carmi Cronje Macquarie University Belinda Weaver University of Queensland Canada Cam Macdonell MacEwan University Thomas Guignard Ontario Colleges Library Service South Africa Anelda van der Welt North-West University
  19. 19. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Developments Since November 2015.. - 11 workshops - In 5 countries across 4 continents Australia, Canada, Norway, South Africa, USA - Reaching >200 librarians - New lesson on SQL - Distributed management structure - New repo github.com/data-lessons - New sites data-lessons.github.io/library-data-intro
  20. 20. @j_w_baker librarians are acquiring new skills in metadata creation and manipulation; and, in this ever changing environment, vendors of library management and discovery systems are under pressure to evolve their offer cilip.org.uk/cataloguing-indexing-group/events/cig-conference-2016
  21. 21. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Get involved Would learning Git enable you to work better with developers whose labour supports the presentation and reuse of your metadata? Repository github.com/data-lessons Your first lesson data-lessons.github.io/library-git Discussion gitter.im/weaverbel/LibraryCarpentry
  22. 22. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Get involved Would learning shell commands for manipulating and mining data make you better able to critique service providers offering shiny new products? Repository github.com/data-lessons Your first lesson data-lessons.github.io/library-shell Discussion gitter.im/weaverbel/LibraryCarpentry
  23. 23. @j_w_baker Library Carpentry today Get involved Would learning OpenRefine provide you with the skill-set to collaborate with researchers reusing your metadata? Repository github.com/data-lessons Your first lesson data-lessons.github.io/library-openrefine Discussion gitter.im/weaverbel/LibraryCarpentry
  24. 24. Library Carpentry Software Skills Training for Library Professionals James Baker, Lecturer in Digital History/Archives @j_w_baker slideshare.net/drjwbaker This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Exceptions: quotations, embeds from external sources, logos, and marked images.
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    Sep. 2, 2016

Notes for a keynote I gave at the Chartered Institute for Library and Information Professionals Cataloguing and Indexing Group biennial conference, University of Swansea, 31 August - 2 September 2016. Notes at https://gist.github.com/drjwbaker/96a32b70da2e03035272b6e5656696ad

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