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<p><img alt="Logo" src="https://files.osf.io/v1/resources/3qrj6/providers/osfstorage/5c5c08c576653c001b2b8815?mode=render"></p> <p><strong>Welcome to ReproducibiliTea's OSF Page!</strong> </p> <p>Here you will find everything you need to know about this ECR-led journal club initiative that helps young researchers create local Open Science groups that discuss issues, papers and ideas to do with improving science. </p> <p>You can freely download, use and adapt everything here on this OSF page: click <em>read more</em> to find out! </p> <hr> <hr> <hr> <p><strong>Want to start your own journal club?</strong></p> <p>Grab a few friends and start your own version of ReproducibiliTea, its a low commitment, fun and flexible way to start spreading Open Science ideas in your department. Plus you get <strong>free merchandise</strong> sponsored by the UK Reproducible Research Network. </p> <p>On this OSF you can find: - A <a href="https://mfr.de-1.osf.io/render?url=https://osf.io/uhbgt/?action=download&mode=render" rel="nofollow">welcome letter</a> about ReproducibiliTea - The <a href="https://osf.io/68dmq/" rel="nofollow" title="ReproducibiliTea logo">ReproducibiliTea logo</a> - Various ReproducibiliTea <a href="https://osf.io/3zw8g/" rel="nofollow">poster templates</a> - A sample <a href="https://osf.io/t5y2q/" rel="nofollow">checklist</a> for organising your own Journal Club - <a href="https://osf.io/8r2jg/" rel="nofollow">Paper suggestions</a> for what to cover - And much much more ... </p> <p>We also have a <a href="https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1dpJ7LBLjXIBhiWBJMlG-B-UgziJxyS7D" rel="nofollow">Google Drive</a> to make the papers easily available to the participants of the journal clubs.</p> <p>If you want to start your own journal club and are from a UK university get in contact with the UKRN administrative team to claim your free welcome pack at ukrn-admin@bristol.ac.uk! </p> <hr> <p><strong>Where are the current journal clubs?</strong> </p> <p>There are now a wide variety of ReproducibiliTea journal clubs around the UK run by a diverse range of ECRs - Oxford, Experimental Psychology (Sam Parsons and Amy Orben) - Cambridge, Experimental Psychology (Ben Farrar: read more about his experience <a href="https://osf.io/k8rz9/" rel="nofollow">here</a>) - Bristol, General (Katie Drax) - UCL, Psychology (Emma Norris, Jessie Balwin and Tabea Schoeler) - Manchester, General (Thomas Richardson, Jade Pickering and George Farmer) - Graz, Psychology (Gaby Hofer and Hilmar Brohmer) - Groningen, Psychiatry (Daan Ornée) - Amsterdam, Psychology (Angelika Stefan, Florian Wanders, Sophia Crüwell) - York, Psychology (Emma James, Anna á Váli Guttesen)</p> <hr> <p><strong>Want More?</strong></p> <p>In a department where nobody feels the way you do about Open Science? Join in on the ReproducibiliTea discussion over the airwaves by listening to the accompanying <a href="https://soundcloud.com/reproducibilitea" rel="nofollow">ReproducibiliTea Podcast</a> hosted by Sam Parsons, Amy Orben and Sophia Crüwell. This ECR-focused podcast about open science discussed cool papers, early career researcher issues and open science! </p> <p>Also - ReproducibiliTea has now joined up with <a href="http://www.dcn.ed.ac.uk/camarades/ukrn/" rel="nofollow">UKRN</a> and will be bringing you new and exciting events very soon. Follow us on Twitter for more updates (<a href="https://twitter.com/ReproducibiliT?lang=en" rel="nofollow">@ReproducibiliT</a> or <a href="https://twitter.com/ukrepro?lang=en" rel="nofollow">@ukrepro</a>)! </p>
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