Open Research Week 2023

Open Research Week 2023: Reproducibility, Open Research and local networks

10:00am - 11:00am / Wednesday 1st March 2023
Type: Webinar / Category: Research / Series: Open Research Week
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Focusing on universities which have not started or have recently begun to embed reproducibility and transparency into their research culture, this session explains how Edge Hill University set up a dedicated reproducibility group at an institution which is growing its research culture and what it aims to achieve. The values and benefits of transparency, openness and reproducibility are balanced against the challenges of adopting them for a research community undertaking significant levels of qualitative and social sciences research areas less often associated with open scholarship. Alexis Makin from the University of Liverpool also discusses building a local network. 

Speakers include members of the Edge Hill University Reproducibility Group (Liam Bullingham, Marcello Trovati, Matthew Greenhalgh) and Alexis Makin, UKRN local network lead University of Liverpool.

Open Research Week is a series of events organised by Edge Hill University, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University, which aims to discuss new, developing and current practice in all things Open Research.

All events are free and you can register for each event individually. Each event will be recorded, so if you are unable to attend, please sign up and these recordings will be sent out in due course.