Research Reproducibility 2020 conference
Join us March 17, 2020 for Research Reproducibility 2020: Educating for Reproducibility at the Reitz Union in Gainesville, Florida. This conference will bring together experts and novices, researchers and educators, and students and administrators from multiple disciplines and institutions to explore best practices, innovations, policies, and new ideas for education around reproducibility, replicability, and rigor. How can we best support and train the next generation of researchers–and our current ones, too?
Keynote speaker Brian Nosek is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Center for Open Science (COS). He and the COS team are pioneers and leaders in discussing and teaching open, reproducible, and transparent practices in research. He will be joined by panelists representing a wide range of disciplines and educational techniques from across the nation. Together, their experiences and expertise will help set the stage for our conversations and learning throughout the day.
We’d also like to feature you! If you have experience with–or ideas about–education on rigor and reproducibility, submit a proposal today. Abstract submissions are due January 8, 2020.