News and Events
- Needs assessment for educational curricula using big data sets (ASU-Battelle-NEON)
Arizona State University (ASU) is working with the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) to collect information from higher education administrators, faculty, and staff that informs our understanding of the use of large-scale data sets in higher education as well as your familiarity and usage/non-usage of NEON data. ASU is asking for your assistance by completing this short survey.
- Registration Open: Pedagogy of working with climate big data using RStudio Workshop
Project EDDIE will be leading a workshop focused on pedagogy for using large datasets in the classroom with ASBMB and IUBMB in June. The workshop, Pedagogy of working with climate big data using RStudio will be led by Project EDDIE PI, Catherine O'Reilly, Illinois State University, as part of the ASBMB Teaching Science with Big Data virtual meeting. The workshop is scheduled to take place on June 23. Additional information will be shared when registration opens.
Project EDDIE hosts a number of webinars that broadly focus around the topic of teaching with large datasets. Check out the upcoming webinars below, or see the Webinars page to find information and recordings from past events.