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![Logo][1] **Welcome to ReproducibiliTea's OSF Page!** Here you will find everything you need to know about this Early Career Researcher-led journal club initiative that helps Early Career Researchers create local Open Scholarship groups that discuss issues, papers and ideas to do with improving science. You can freely download, use and adapt everything here on this OSF page: click _read more_ to find out! ___________________ __________________ **Want to start your own journal club?** Grab a few friends and start your own chapter of ReproducibiliTea, its a low commitment, fun and flexible way to start spreading Open Scholarship ideas in your department. Plus, UK-based chapters can get **free merchandise** sponsored by the UK Reproducible Research Network. On this OSF you can find: - A [welcome letter][2] about ReproducibiliTea - The [ReproducibiliTea logo][3] - Various ReproducibiliTea [poster templates][4] - A sample [checklist][5] for organising your own Journal Club - [Paper suggestions][6] for what to cover - And much much more ... We also have a [Google Drive][7] to make the papers easily available to the participants of the journal clubs. If you are planning to start your own ReproducibiliTea journal club please get in touch with Sam Parsons ( or our central email ( To sign up your journal club, and join our organisers Slack, head to [the website]( _______________ **Where are the current journal clubs?** There are now many many ReproducibiliTea journal clubs throughout the academic world run by a diverse range of (mostly) Early Career Researchers. For more information go to ________________ **Want More?** In a department where nobody feels the way you do about Open Scholarship? Join in on the ReproducibiliTea discussion over the airwaves by listening to the accompanying [ReproducibiliTea Podcast][9] hosted by Sam Parsons, Amy Orben and Sophia Crüwell, or joining in one of the [online ReproducibiliTea sessions]( hosted by another university. This Early Career Researcher-focused podcast about open science discusses cool papers, early career researcher issues and open science! Also - ReproducibiliTea has now joined up with [UKRN][10] and will be bringing you new and exciting events very soon. Follow us on Twitter for more updates ([@ReproducibiliT][11] or [@ukrepro][12])! [1]: [2]: [3]: "ReproducibiliTea logo" [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]:
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