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## About ReproducibiliTea Leipzig ReproducibiliTea Leipzig journal club is a space to discuss various aspects related to Open Science practices, organized by the [Open Science Initiative at the MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences][1]. We meet every third week on Tuesdays (12-1 pm, see our [schedule][2]) to discuss articles, which are selected to touch upon possibly versatile Open Science topics, from general issues to specific applications, presenting both enthusiastic and critical perspectives. If you look for an opportunity to broaden your knowledge on Open Science, discuss pros and cons, share experiences and get to know other Open Science adopters - feel warmly invited! ReproducibiliTea Leipzig strives to be an inclusive space where anyone who wants to discuss open science can join, whether they are critical about or proponents of open science (or specific sub-parts of open science), and we can learn together. As such, we welcome any opinions, as long as they do not discriminate against individuals or groups. ## Structure Our journal clubs usually last about an hour. They start with a brief, informal presentation of the paper that was on the reading list that week (see our [schedule][3]), followed by an open discussion on the paper and overarching topic. ## Sign up to our mailing list Sign up to our mailing list to always stay up to date with the reading list and our meetings. ## Join us on zoom The current version of our journal club takes place online, via zoom, so anyone can join. If you want to join, just subscribe to our mailing list to stay up to date or shoot us a message on twitter or via e-mail (see e-mail adresses on the schedule) to get the zoom link. ## Present a session If you are interested in presenting a session, i.e. prepare a brief, informal presentation of the paper, please get in contact with Mariella (mariella.paul [at] uni-goettingen [dot] de). Also have a look at our [slide template][4]. ## Visit our website ## Follow us on twitter [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: