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**<h4>Workshop: 2018-10-26</h4>** **Event Link**: Join eLife Ambassadors’ workshop on practical approaches to achieving rigour and reproducibility in science! The workshop is designed to provide actionable advice, equipping participants with tools that they can implement in their own work. The workshop is part of a larger initiative to help researchers achieve greater reproducibility of their work, supported by, Addgene, CodeOcean and others. The organisers are currently inviting the wider scientific community to contribute with resources they know and use (read more: [eLife Ambassadors: Practical way to support rigour and reproducibility in science][1]). Workshop goals: - Understand how sharing and detailing research methods can increase visibility to and extend the distribution of your research - Gain insight into best practices for computational and empirical reproducibility and how they can save you time - Explore a range of tools that can help in the practice of sharing and extending research including Addgene, bio-protocol, Code Ocean, Dryad, figshare, ICLAC, Jupyter Notebooks,, and RRID with practical demonstrations **Instructors**: - April Clyburne-Sherin, Director of Scientific Outreach, Code Ocean - Ian Li, PhD, Research Fellow in Endocrinology, Massachusetts General Hospital, eLife Ambassador - Lenny Teytelman, PhD, CEO, Cofounder, - Jennifer Tsang, PhD, Science Communications and Marketing Coordinator, Addgene **<h4>Workshop Materials</h4>** [][2] [1]: [2]:
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