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### **Welcome to our Reproducibility project page!** ![enter image description here]( =50%x) [Society Committee][1] [Current Newsletter][2] [Introduction Talk][3] **Email:** [][4] **Twitter:** [@Surrey_Repro][5] **Mailing list:** please fill out [this form][6] to be added to our mailing list. **Meeting Schedule** For a meeting schedule please see the Current Newsletter (link above). If you would like to receive a link to attend one of the sessions you can send us an email request. If you sign up to the mailing list, you will receive all invitations automatically. **Background on open and reproducible research** For an introduction on using open and reproducible research approaches in your work, you should read [this article][7] written by our society advisor Priya Silverstein and colleagues. ### **Resources** On this OSF page you can find different components with useful resources. [ **Workshops and Demonstrations**][8] If you have missed any of our meetings, don't worry! Here you can find resources and materials from our meetings. We will try to upload all presentations and demonstrations where possible. [ **ReproducibiliTea** ][9] We are part of a huge community of early career researchers engaging in ReproducibiliTea journal clubs at different institutions across the world! Eeach session we discuss a different paper exploring the issues regarding open and reproducible science. We try to mix up the schedule between the journal club and demontrastion sessions. You can check the list of papers we have already discussed as well as our discussion notes in the ReproducibiliTea folder. [**Independent Learning Resources**][10] This section will include many different resources that can be accessed for independent learning. They will be collected on the wiki page of this section. The section is a constant work in progress so make sure to check it out every now and then for new resources and opportunities. [**Monthly Mini Hacks** ][11] Aka our coding clubs! They started as small sessions where you could find out about a cool programming skill for the first 30 minutes and spend the rest of the time coding in a supportive environment. We have now extended the coding club to an inter-institutional consortium. For details on sessions and collaboration, please visit the above link. [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: