Teaching and Learning with Jupyter
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.