The goal for the SCIPE/CI and ACCESS collaboration is to provide tools, information, or resources to support the ACCESS ecosystem. There are many ways to accomplish this in concert with achieving the requirement of a 20% contribution to ACCESS. Additional means of collaboration may emerge as the ecosystem evolves.
If you have already planned activities, some ideas or thoughts, or connections that you’re able to make that we are unaware of please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like ideas and suggestions please review some options below. Before committing to a plan, please email Alana with ACCESS Support - she may be able to put you in touch with others who are doing similar work, and there may be opportunities to promote your work to the ACCESS community.
Examples: Examples: Example approaches include: Create content on one of these areas of expertise:
Prepare an Intro to ACCESS lecture, tutorial, or slide deck for Basic, Intermediate, or Advanced Users.
Prepare an Intro to ACCESS lecture, tutorial, or slide deck for a domain-specific conference (e.g. AGU, ODSC, IPSA, etc.) or community (biology department, chemistry honor society, political science affinity group, media studies lecture series, etc.).
Prepare an ACCESS “Best Practices” lecture, tutorial, or slide deck that gives examples of best practices and tricks of the trade when using ACCESS.
Prepare an ACCESS “Best Practices” lecture, tutorial, or slide deck for a domain-specific research area, including preferred software to use (or comparison between packages).
Provide 1:1 feedback or group feedback for the Pegasus project, website improvements, or other specific ACCESS support programs.
Contribute to the ACCESS / Open OnDemand community.
Expand the knowledge base by contributing documentation/tutorials/workshops either live or recorded video.
Example approaches include:
Create content on one of these areas of expertise: