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DataCamp Classrooms Orientation Spring 2024

Key Takeaways:
  • How teachers can apply to DataCamp Classrooms and expedite the approval process
  • How to utilize Teams, Assignments, and Reporting to monitor your students’ progress effectively
  • How your university can partner with DataCamp to help us share DataCamp en español to even more teachers and students in LATAM
Thursday April 18, 11AM ET
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School’s in session! Teachers worldwide are invited to join this orientation session where we break down everything you need to know to succeed with DataCamp Classrooms, including how to access our new Spanish content!

Whether you’ve used DataCamp Classrooms for years or this is your first time, you’ll learn all about the recent improvements we made to the platform that you can utilize to make teaching data science to your students a breeze. We showcase how we regularly work with teachers worldwide to bring our free data science scholarships to even more schools.

Get tips and tricks from an actual university professor who relies on DataCamp Classrooms to help teach students everything from the essentials of data literacy to the most cutting-edge advancements in AI.

We even show you how your students can leverage premium features like Certification, Workspace, and Portfolios to get noticed by employers and land the all-important first job or internship.

All this, and of course, we answer your questions in both English and Spanish live!

Presenter Bio

Martin Alfonso Lopez Ramirez Headshot
Martin Alfonso Lopez RamirezLecturer and Researcher in the Department Economics at UDLAP

Martín López has a major degree in Economics and a minor degree in Statistical Methods from the University of Veracruz (Mexico), a joint degree as a Master in Systems Dynamics from the University of Bergen (Norway) and the University of Palermo (Italy), he also has a Master in Business Administration from the Radboud University Nijmegen (the Netherlands) and a Doctoral degree in Economics from the University of Warsaw (Poland).

His research interests focus on the application of data science and quantitative methods to analyze environmental issues from an economic perspective. His aspiration as a researcher is to contribute to promote sustainable development by informing decision making with scientific findings.

Currently, Martin works as a full-time lecturer and researcher in the Department of Economics at UDLAP (Universidad de las Américas Puebla) in Mexico.

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Nathaniel Taylor-LeachSocial Impact Manager at DataCamp

During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Nathaniel helped create a program to give data education scholarships to disadvantaged and unemployed individuals through partnerships with NGOs. This CSR campaign evolved into DataCamp Donates, and now Nathaniel manages this program along with DataCamp Classrooms as DataCamp’s Social Impact Manager. Through those two programs, DataCamp has awarded data science education scholarships to almost a million unique learners and counting.

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