GitHub Campus Advisors are teachers who are enthusiastic about teaching with Git and GitHub. Whether or not they come from a technical background, they’re deeply passionate about technology and sharing…
Learn about some new ways students can code in the browser. With online integrated development environments (IDEs), students can get right to work in a web browser, avoiding software conflicts that might happen on their local machines.
Many teachers are moving to virtual solutions for managing student assignments, projects, and grading. Join webinars hosted by GitHub Education Experts to share how teachers can manage and organize their class with GitHub Classroom.
GitHub Education introduces two new features to help you shape the next generation of software developers, with the GitHub Teacher Toolbox and more automation for GitHub Classroom.
How do you help students expand their learning, use the latest tools, and prepare for the professional world? A survey shows hackathons can help.
Student event organizers can use the new workshop from Major League Hacking, How to Collaborate on Code Projects with GitHub, to help their peers get started with version control.