Reproducible Research Oxford Launch
Reproducible Research Oxford (RROx) formal launch event is on
Monday 13 January 2020 from 1.30-6pm at St John’s College
As well as introducing RROx, and having brainstorming sessions to share ideas, get feedback, and discuss activities in your area that we could support, we have three invited speakers:
• Claire Fraser (Senior Higher Education Policy Adviser, Research England) The role of open and reproducible research in the REF
The full programme and sign-up instructions are available via eventbrite
Project TIER Faculty Development Spring '19
Project TIER’s Faculty Development Workshops are designed for college and university faculty who are interested in integrating principles of research transparency and reproducibility into courses on quantitative methods and/or the supervision of student research.
The workshops introduce participants to protocols for conducting and documenting empirical research that ensure the reproducibility of all computational results, and then present a range of pedagogical strategies and curricular resources for teaching these methods to students in a variety of educational settings.
The objective is to help instructors develop plans for teaching reproducible research practices that will be feasible and effective in their particular contexts, so that they are fully prepared to implement the methods presented at the workshops when they return to their home institutions.
Karen Sandler from software freedom conservancy
Karen Sandler will be speaking about her work at software freedom conservancy.
Location and title tba.
Karen is the executive director of Conservancy. She is known as a cyborg lawyer for her advocacy for free software, particularly in relation to the software on medical devices. Prior to joining Conservancy, she was executive director of the GNOME Foundation. Before that, she was general counsel of the Software Freedom Law Center. Karen co-organizes Outreachy, the award-winning outreach program for women globally and for people of color who are underrepresented in US tech. Karen is a recipient of the O’Reilly Open Source Award and cohost of the oggcast Free as in Freedom.
Karen received her law degree from Columbia Law School in 2000, where she was a James Kent Scholar and co-founder of the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review. Karen received her bachelor’s degree in engineering from The Cooper Union.
Here is a list of ongoing initiatives related to RROx.
Software and data carpentry
Software and data carpentry workshops are organised during the year. Follow the Reproducible Research Oxford twitter page to receive updates on when the next workshop will be held!
Oxford-Berlin Summer School
The Oxford-Berlin Summer School will be held again in the summer of 2020, after a successful run in 2018 and 2019. Stay tuned and follow our twitter page for more details!
Other past events can be found on the archive of this website.