3-day workshop (London time) September 29th - Oct 1st 2021 Materials and tickets available here
3-day workshop (US East time) October 20th - Oct 22nd 2021 Materials and tickets available here
Organising a departmental session? contact us email@example.com
Need one-to-one training or guidence making a specific task? contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
There are many resources to help you learn the various aspects of PsychoPy (and most of them are free!)
For users that have a budget, and want some direct training from the Open Science Tools team (who create PsychoPy), we now run frequent 3 day workshops here with a range of topics and timezones.
Alternatively, we are trying out some shorter 3 hour intrpoductory sessions which can also be booked on a departmental bases through contacting us.
We were planning also to run a new modular Summer School, called PaMPR (Programming and Methods in Psychology Research). We’ll be monitoring the situation to see whether that can run either remotely or in-person.
2022 dates To Be Confirmed
This is a new thing! It’s a joint venture with Nottingham trent University. I’m afraid we don’t have the draft programme in place yet but the general idea is to create a 5 day modular summer school. There will be a number of sessions running continuously on the main programming languages:
Python and PsychoPy
as well as various specialist methods sections such as:
The whole thing will be more modular, so you can drop into whichever sessions you want the most. We hope it will offer a richer learning environment than we can provide with the PsychoPy team on its own.
We’ll probably finish with a day of mini-conference for people to share methods new(ish) they’re developing that others might find interesting.
23rd July 2021 - New and Upcoming Features in PsychoPy Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC)
21st July 2021 Conducting online research with Pavlovia and PsychoPy Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC)
24th June 2021 - Taking experiments online with pavlovia Society for Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS)
ECEM, August 2013 : Python for eye-tracking workshop with (Sol Simpson, Michael MacAskill and Jon Peirce). Download Python-for-eye-tracking materials