GitHub Galaxy 2023: Empower developer teams with a new developer experience
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To help teachers build on their success, we introduced the Campus Advisors program to help teachers master Git and GitHub in spring 2018.
Campus Advisors have completed 10 hours of self-paced training on Git and GitHub, and serve as a resource for other teachers at their school.
This spring, we welcome the first class of Advisors, who hail from around the world:
Advisors span five continents from the Sorbonne in Paris, to Federal University Lafia in Nigeria to Colégio Pedro II in Brazil.
Advisors report that the most popular takeaways from the training are:
Michael Crabb from the University of Dundee said that the training was so helpful, “I steal the Campus Advisor slides and I use them. It’s nice to know that the way I am teaching it is way GitHub recommends.”
Ivone Bennett from the North Metropolitan TAFE in Perth said, “I also quite like the GitHub Education forum. It’s a fantastic support tool.”
Through the training, Richard Barnett from Stellenbosch University in South Africa discovered the new Classroom Assistant, and reported, “The ability to clone all assignments at once is a game- changer.”
The training consists of modules that teachers can take at their own pace. Training includes:
Any teacher who is curious about using Git and GitHub is welcome to take the training.
If your school participates in GitHub for Education, you can gain access to GitHub for free across all of your departments. Become a Campus Advisor and begin the training.