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Research Reproducibility 2020: Educating for Reproducibility will take place December 2-3, 2020. The conference will take place over two half days.

Please check out the online agenda for details – (Note that the times are in US / Eastern Time Zone)

Research Reproducibility 2020 will take place virtually, on the Remo.co platform. Speakers and attendees will receive further information about logging in

Registration is free!

You can register here, or through clicking the “Register” button at the top of this website.

You can submit an abstract for a paper or poster until the deadline of October 15 here

“Papers” are oral talks of 12 minutes, with 3 minutes for questions.

Poster presenters are encouraged to prepare a lightning talk to promote their posters. The virtual poster session will take place on the Remo.co platform: presenters will be able to share their screens at separate virtual “tables”, and attendees will have the ability to join and leave the audio-visual chat at each “table.”

We welcome submissions on your experiences with education on rigor and reproducibility topics for learners at all stages in all disciplines. Examples include: K-12 education; using replications in undergraduate education; teaching study design, statistics, or rigor; developing required classes for principal investigators; lab meeting activities; ReproducibiliTeas and other grassroots education; online courses and modules; graduate student education; dealing with mentors who use questionable research practices; resources/policies to support students; data carpentry, software carpentry, and library carpentry evaluation; reproducible code, workflows and version control.

Any requests can be made when completing the registration form under the special notes sections. For any additional comments or concerns, please email Katie MacWilkinson at kmacwilkinson@ufl.edu directly.

We welcome any and all who are interested in the topic of research reproducibility and training approaches, including: educators in higher education, K-12 and professional development; principal investigators and mentors; students and post-docs; research administrators and research integrity officers; reproducibility, rigor and replicability experts and novices.

The conference is being organized by Melissa Rethlefesen, MSLS, AHIP, along with support from the Smathers Libraries at UF, and the UF Conference Department. This conference is funded by the Office of Research Integrity, Department of Health and Human Services, under grant ORIIR190046.

Submit your questions to Katie MacWilkinson at kmacwilkinson@ufl.edu, and you will receive an answer within 24 hours.