Git and GitHub are powerful tools for collaborative and individual projects. Git is a version control software that aids with tracking changes made to a set of files over time. GitHub is a web-based platform for storing, sharing, and collaborating on project files online. This session begins with a conceptual overview of both tools, including an introduction to fundamental concepts such as version control and practical applications for students and scholars, followed by an applied introduction to getting started with these tools. This workshop is designed for total beginners and is suitable for researchers in any discipline. Prior knowledge of GitHub/programming is not required. If you would like to follow along with the applied part of the workshop, you are encouraged to create a free GitHub account (https://github.com/) before attending. This workshop will be held online with Zoom.
Please REGISTER HERE for the zoom link to our remote workshop.