- Background and formation of the group
The Coding Interest Group was started at the Library in February 2016 as a way for interested staff to learn about computer programming. After a foray into learning HTML and CSS via textbook and online courses, the group shifted to proposing, planning, and executing technology projects that could benefit the Library, including projects on digital signage and an intranet using Raspberry Pi units.
- How we approached learning HTML & CSS
- Raspberry Pi & Linux
- Digital signage project
- Collaboration software for code sharing and version control
- Publications and presentations stemming from the Coding Interest Group
“The Practice of Solidarity: Forming a Collaborative Coding Interest Group at AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library,” A co-authored chapter in Applying Library Values to Emerging Technology: Tips and Techniques for Advancing within Your Mission, Eds. Peter Fernandez and Kelly Tilton, ACRL Publications | Expected Spring 2017