How open practices can get you and your research noticed, published and cited.

1:00pm - 4:00pm / Wednesday 12th February 2020 / Venue: Elizabeth Gibney Room Liverpool Guild of Students
Type: Networking Event / Category: Research / Series: Open Research Week
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In this workshop, you will discover how you can use two new open research practices – Registered Reports and Preprints – to get feedback on your project early, and how you can get your project more attention, including by FAIRsharing your data. Open research practices like these can help you get your research noticed and address reproducibility and replicability. This interactive workshop will be lead by Kathryn Sharples (Senior Director for Open Access at Wiley). Kathryn is passionate about transparency in the research and publishing process and recently worked to introduce data sharing policies across the Wiley journal portfolio.