The main point of modern CodeRefinery is that everyone needs to teach - why not work together? Joining CodeRefinery is one of best ways your organization can support open science, FAIR, and reproduciblity for the computational sciences. The most important thing to realize is that CodeRefinery is not necessarily a separate project to be budgeted - you must teach anyway, why not work together to get more out of it?

As individuals representing the partner

There is no need for formal agreements at this stage. A person can see the benefit of CodeRefinery to their organization, advertise workshops, contribute to them, and help their community (and others).

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Joining as a partner

The definition of a "partner" is still being decided, but roughly they are institutions which have long-term and systematic individual contributions.

For example, a partner would:

In return, you have a much broader and better training offering for your own community and improved teaching competence by being involved in our community.

If you think that large, distributed workshops can't work or results in lower quality for your own audience, just try coming to some of our workshops, or attend our instructor training.

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CodeRefinery is a project within the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC). NeIC is an organisational unit under NordForsk.


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