Survey on code literacy

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I would like to call your attention to an in-depth survey on the topic of code literacy, The survey is being conducted by the Alan Turing Institute, Ghent University, Utrecht University, the Huygens Institute, and the Royal Netherlands Academy Humanities Cluster.

The survey wants to gauge the current state of code literacy and its impediments (if any) to diffuse across the humanities domains. We would like to invite anyone active in the humanities (researchers, programmers, students, lecturers, librarians, code eaters and code haters alike!) to inform us about what code literacy means or should be.

Please refer to for more information and the survey itself.

Filling the survey will take 15 minutes — really! Perfect for a coffee break, or a short distraction.

Thanks for participating and giving us a wonderful and solid basis for investigating the topic of code literacy.

Please feel free to circulate this message widely.

On behalf of the survey team
–Joris van Zundert

Drs. Joris J. van Zundert
Researcher & Developer in Humanities Computing

Dept. of Literary Studies
Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands
Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

visiting address
Oudezijds Achterburgwal 185
1012 DK  Amsterdam
The Netherlands

postal address
P.O. Box 10855
1001 EW  Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Jack Sparrow: I thought you were supposed to keep to the code.
Mr. Gibbs: We figured they were more actual guidelines.

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