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Manda Dec 9
Interested in the notes from today's session at ? Slides here
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Carmen Lim Dec 10
Panel discussion at the workshop.
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Karen Best Dec 9
As a , I love, love, love this quote
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Cooper Smout Dec 10
and Nerida Quatermass lay out the landscape for the 21st century academic
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Brisbane Open Research Network Dec 2
With preparations for almost finished we would like to express gratitude to our sponsors supporting in .
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Carmen Lim Dec 10
Prof on preprints and open access at the workshop
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Rachel Spinks Dec 10
Research output is more than just a peer reviewed publication. It also includes pre-registered reports, pre-prints, protocols, code, & datasets to allow reproducibility of science. Let's start rewarding scientists who use these open practices
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Ginny Barbour Dec 10
Looking forward to today's sessions. Will be on a panel. Then with Nerida Quatermass from and doing a short version of the 21st Century Researcher workshop on etc we've done at before. Resources will be available after
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Free Our Knowledge Dec 9
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Open Plant Pathology Dec 9
Cooperative economies for science can help share the load. made ’s keynote for
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Brisbane Open Research Network Dec 9
3, 2, 1 and almost time for !
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Brisbane Open Research Network Nov 10
Program of is taking shape. We are proud to share with you a line-up of amazing speakers and educators that will help you shape up your skills
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Nina Schnyder Dec 10
“Open access is the biggest disruptor of academic publishing since journals began”
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Laura Navarro Dec 10
It has been amazing to engage with this incredible group of researchers during the past 2 days at the workshop. Thanks for their support making this happen.
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Jeffrey Simpson Dec 10
Replying to @FadAstra
Me: “In astronomy, our raw telescope data is public after 18 months” Non-astronomers:
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Mathew Ling Dec 12
Audiences seeking a more educated version of my remarks at should seek them from better people like:
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Dag Evensberget Dec 10
workshop. Interactive session on open data, materials and codes led by , and from
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Rachel Spinks Dec 9
explaining the benefits of pre-registered reports. Encourages careful thought, improves reproducibility through transparency, avoids questionable research practices. What are thoughts on pre-registration?
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Nina Schnyder Dec 9
Group activity at : benefits, drawbacks & solutions of/to preregistrations im dofferent cenarious such as model building, preexisting data ect. Participants, give us your best ideas
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USQ eResearch Dec 9
⁩ on the importance of preregistration helps with keeping it real just like when working with blocks in kindy
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