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Onsite Workshops

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The COS offers workshops that discuss challenges for reproducing research and give participants hands-on experience using OSF to improve the reproducibility of their own work. More advanced workshop topics walk participants through the features needed to organize an entire lab using OSF as well as how to use our open training materials to run workshops for colleagues and lab members.

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  • Introduction to Open and Reproducible Practices Workshop | Forked: 2016-02-26 15:34 UTC

    These are materials used for the in-person workshop introducing researchers to issues relating to openness and reproducibility as well as practices to...

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  • Intermediate OSF: Complex Collaborations and Durable Research Design

    Home project for the COS workshop of the same name. These materials are designed to help workshop participants practice some of the more advanced OSF ...

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  • Trainer Space for the Introduction to Open and Reproducible Research Workshop

    Central location housing curriculum materials and planning tools for trainers of the COS Introduction to Open and Reproducible Research workshop.

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  • Archive of Previous Workshop Materiels

    These are the materials used in 2016 for the COS Openness and Reproducibility Workshops at George Mason, MIT, and Boston University.

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