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<p>Reproducible Research Oxford aims to support the University of Oxford in developing a coordinated approach to open and reproducible research.</p> <p>Our official launch was on 13th of January 2020 and took place in St John's college, Oxford.</p> <p>Introductory presentations:</p> <ul> <li>Dorothy <strong>Bishop</strong>: Reproducible Research Oxford background and history<br> Malika <strong>Ihle</strong>: Reproducible Research Oxford Coordinator remits</li> <li>Amy <strong>Warner May</strong>: Open scholarship by the Bodleian Libraries </li> <li>Laura <strong>Fortunato</strong>: Reproducible Research Oxford as a UK Reproducible Network local node </li> <li>Verena <strong>Heise</strong> and ECRs: initiatives led by early career researchers (ReproducibiliTea, Sam Parsons; Seminar Series, Lisa Lodwick; OpERA, Georgia Richards) and wish-list</li> </ul> <p>These presentations were followed by small group facilitated discussions to gather feedback and suggest future activities for RROx. </p> <p>The day ended with presentations from keynote speakers:</p> <ul> <li>Claire <strong>Fraser</strong> (Senior Higher Education Policy Adviser, Research England) – The role of open research and responsible research assessment to addressing issues of research integrity</li> <li><a href="https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/s.curry" rel="nofollow">Stephen <strong>Curry</strong></a> (Imperial College London and DORA) – Implementing DORA (<a href="https://sfdora.org/" rel="nofollow">San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment</a>)</li> <li><a href="https://cos.io/about/team/brian-nosek-co-founder-and-executive-director/" rel="nofollow">Brian <strong>Nosek</strong></a> (University of Virginia and <a href="https://cos.io/" rel="nofollow">Center for Open Science</a>) – Shifting incentives from getting it published to getting it right </li> </ul> <p>This event was co-funded by the John Fell Fund and the Bodleian Libraries.</p>
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