Oxford|Berlin Summer School on Open Research 2021

slotUK timeMonday 20th SeptTuesday 21st SeptWednesday 22nd SeptThursday 23rd Sept
intro8.45-9.00Welcome & Logistics
Ulf Toelch, Malika Ihle
AM-lectures9.00-9.45Setting the scene: open initiatives in research and scholarship
Laura Fortunato
Reducing waste and increasing value in experimental biomedicine
Uli Dirnagl
Simple techniques for writing readable code
Thibault Lestang
Using meta-research to improve your science
Tracey Weissgerber
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10.00-10.45Research Ethics & Research Integrity: two duties for researchers
Tamarinde Haven
FAIR data for humans and machines
Susanna Sansone
Open access, preprints, and scholarly publishing models
Ruth Mallalieu
How bias leads to entrenched errors
Dorothy Bishop
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11.00-11.45How to make your research credible: signposting workshops
Malika Ihle
Free code and open data
Rowan Wilson
What to expect from replications
Ulf Toelch
Global data accessibility
Louise Bezuidenhout
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socials12.00-12.30Group discussion with lecturers and attendees day 1
Group discussion with lecturers and attendees day 2
Group discussion with lecturers and attendees day 3
What’s next? Facilitated group discussion
Verena Heise et al.
PM-Workshop 113.30-15.15Introduction to R - Berlin
Ulf Toelch
Introduction to R - Oxford
Adam Kenny, Matt jaquiery, Olly Robertson
Introduction to Python - Oxford
Thibault Lestang, Laurence Brown
Introduction to Python - Berlin
Dirk Ostwald
Creative Commons
Sarah Barkla
Simulations of data and data analyses in R
Malika Ihle, James Smith
Research data management for FAIR data sharing
Laurence Brown, Philippe Rocca-Serra
Introduction to planning research data management
Evgeny Bobrov
Systematic review and meta analyses
Alexandra Bannach- Brown
Ulrik Lyngs
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PM-Workshop 215.30 -17.15Reproducible workflows in R - Berlin
Ulf Toelch
Reproducible workflows in R - Oxford
Adam Kenny, Matt jaquiery, Olly Robertson
blank12Planning writing and dissemination
Patricia Logullo, Jen de Beyer
Preregistration: why not, how
Malika Ihle
Version control with Git
Malika Ihle, Adam Kenny, Thibault lestang, James Smith
Safeguarding research integrity through the reporting of your methods and results
Michael Schlussel
A Short Introduction to LaTeX (or LaTeX in 105 minutes)
Charlie Rahal
Data visualization: How to identify and fix common problems
Tracey Weissgerber
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keynote18.00-19.00blank14Keynote lecture: Research Culture - A Job for Everyone
Tanita Casci