Want to know what the last 2020 date and first 2021 date is for your university’s Hacky Hour? Check out the below list of Hacky Hour end and start-dates at our member institutions.
|Hacky Hour university||Last 2020 date||First 2021 date|
|UQ||Tuesday, 1 December||Tuesday, 2 February|
|Griffith*||Thursday, 19 November||TBC|
|QUT||Thursday, 17 December||Thursday, 21 January|
|USQ||Wednesday, 16 December||Wednesday, 20 January|
|CQU||Wednesday, 9 December||Wednesday, 27 January|
|JCU’s CodeR-TSV group||Monday, 14 December||Monday, 11 January|
Note these dates are subject to change. Check your local Hacky Hour’s Twitter feed closer to the time for updates.
Also check QCIF’s Hacky Hour page for more information about your local Hacky Hour, including timing and contact details.
Hacky Hour occurs regularly throughout much of the year (with a break over the summer holidays), and its aim is to help researchers with research-related IT problems.
Please note JCU’s Hacky Hour is not operating at the moment, but that the university’s R programming group, CodeR-TSV, will continue to meet online each Monday, 11am–12pm (AEST), until Monday, 14 December.
*Although Griffith University has already had its last official Hacky Hour for 2020, QCIF eResearch Analyst Amanda Miotto will hold on-demand consultations with researchers for the rest of this year. Please email Amanda if you are a Griffith researcher in need of help with a research-related IT issue: email@example.com.