Open Research Week 2023

Open Research Week 2023: Open Science Indicators: Insights on prevailing norms and opportunities for supporting best practices

11:30am - 12:30pm / Thursday 2nd March 2023
Type: Webinar / Category: Research / Series: Open Research Week
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Dr Lauren Cadwallader Open Research Manager at PLOS.

In 2022 as part of PLOS’s Open Research Solutions Programme, PLOS extended their relationship with DataSeer to work on a project to create and deliver three open science indicators measuring data, code and preprint sharing. The initial findings were released in December and this talk during Open Research Week is an opportunity for PLOS to give an update on findings and future plans. 

Dr Lauren Cadwallader works as Open Research Manager at PLOS. She works to advance the adoption of open science in the research communities that PLOS serves by understanding the needs that particular research communities have around open science, the challenges they face as well as the assets they bring to the table.

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