- First 20 minutes or so - reinforcing how Git works.
- Draw diagrams of things covered so far
- express language in ‘non Git’ way.
- Build on first hour and make pull requests to a GitHub pages site. @davanstrien Setup before hand. site will link to some repositories useful for librarians/dh.
- examples of collobarative working on GitHub links
- forking a GitHub page.
Suggestion for second hour.
Use GitHub page generator to set up a GitHub page site.
- clone repo (add instructions)
- add other users (perhaps start with teams of two)
- in Groups make sure everyone tries committing - pulling changes to their computer
- demonstrate how pull requests can be discussed
- guidelines handout
- step by step
- Reflecting on what GitHub could be used for in local library setting. Free time to exploring more Software Carpentry lessons and adapting forked repo with suggestions for future Library Carpentry
- Helping each other out.
user contribution to collections?
- editing of resources?
- crowdsourcing - could be an issue?
- making pull requests.
- open access journals