Open Research Week 2022

Open Research and Me

10:30am - 11:30am / Wednesday 16th February 2022
Type: Webinar / Category: Research
  • Admission: Online FREE
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Open Research and Me

Dr Alexis Makin (University of Liverpool) Dr Hilary Bishop (LJMU) and Dr Reshanne Reeder (Edge Hill University) will be showing how they have embraced ‘open’ in their research practice. Highlighting how the steps researchers can take can be different, but valuable and rewarding.

Creating a catalogue of our data: incorporating FAIR and using the Open Science Framework.

Dr Alexis Makin is a lecturer in Psychology at the Institute of Population Health University of Liverpool.

What Can Be The Worst That Can Happen? Open Access and Me.

Dr Hilary Bishop is a senior lecturer at Liverpool Business School, Chartered Geographer appointed by the Royal Geographical Society and Research Series Editor for the Historical Geography Research Group

Registered Reports: The gold standard of open research is also the most challenging to do right

Dr Reshanne Reeder is a senior lecturer in the Dept of Psychology Edge Hill University