• Audience


    Who is your target audience?  This could be particular roles (eg researcher, students), domains (e.g arts, social sciences, sciences) knowledge level (e.g. aimed at beginners) or task based - e.g. those who want to be able to do a specific task. What are their motivations/fears? Do you have eligibility criteria they need to meet? 

    Think about your audience and their experience as much as you can - if you don’t know specifically, you can create a ‘persona’ which describes your intended audience. They might be researchers or other professional support staff. 

    It’s worth talking to colleagues or even better someone who could be your potential audience - it’s easy to make assumptions about who your audience is and what they know.


    • This course is for researchers in biomedicine, life sciences and related research fields interested in Open Science practices.
    • This course is for individuals that support researchers to manage and share their data, including librarians, IT and information specialists, data stewards, and research office staff

    • Researchers from any field with the need of cluster computing resources.
    • Application managers, in charge of deploying and managing applications on top of virtual clusters.
    • Trainers & students with needs/interest in scientific computing and also computing science.

    • This course is open to any Jisc member that's interested in the use of artificial intelligence and the ethics surrounding it.