22 Mar

ReproducibiliTea – Embedding Open and Reproducible Science Into Teaching

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During ReproducibiliTea meetings we examine topics related to reproducibility, open science, research quality, and good/bad research practices. ReproducibiliTea started in 2018 at the University of Oxford, and has now spread to 140 institutions in 27 different countries. There currently are ReproducibiliTea journal club meetings organized at 7 different universities in the Netherlands. For more information please check: https://reproducibilitea.org/. The Maastricht University ReproducibiliTea journal club is organized in collaboration with the Open Science Community Maastricht (OSCM), for more information and other events, please check the events page.

Join our next Maastricht ReproducibiliTea (zoom) meeting on Tuesday 22nd of March from 11.00-12.00!

During ReproducibiliTea meetings we examine topics related to reproducibility, open science, and research quality. For this meeting we will discuss how to embed open science and reproducibility into teaching. We will look at a recent paper about this topic and a bank of lesson plans and resources. Dr Martin Vasilev is co-author on the paper, and will tell us more about it. And we will discuss how we could implement more open science into teaching at UM.

We will discuss the online article ‘Embedding Open and Reproducible Science Into Teaching: A Bank of Lesson Plans and Resources’. Which can be found in the following link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/stl0000307.

The programme is as follows:
– 11.00 – Introduction to ReproducibiliTea and the OSCM
– 11.05 – Short presentation to summarize the article
– 11.20 – Discussion
– 11.50 – Closing statement

You can register on the right. Participation is free, but please register so we can send you the Zoom link and keep you up to date on future events.

Date and time

22 Mar | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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