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Reproducible Research Oxford aims to support the University of Oxford in developing a coordinated approach to open and reproducible research. Our official launch was on 13th of January 2020 and took place in St John's college, Oxford. Introductory presentations: - Dorothy **Bishop**: Reproducible Research Oxford background and history Malika **Ihle**: Reproducible Research Oxford Coordinator remits - Amy **Warner May**: Open scholarship by the Bodleian Libraries - Laura **Fortunato**: Reproducible Research Oxford as a UK Reproducible Network local node - Verena **Heise** and ECRs: initiatives led by early career researchers (ReproducibiliTea, Sam Parsons; Seminar Series, Lisa Lodwick; OpERA, Georgia Richards) and wish-list These presentations were followed by small group facilitated discussions to gather feedback and suggest future activities for RROx. The day ended with presentations from keynote speakers: - Claire **Fraser** (Senior Higher Education Policy Adviser, Research England) – The role of open research and responsible research assessment to addressing issues of research integrity - [Stephen **Curry**][1] (Imperial College London and DORA) – Implementing DORA ([San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment][2]) - [Brian **Nosek**][3] (University of Virginia and [Center for Open Science][4]) – Shifting incentives from getting it published to getting it right This event was co-funded by the John Fell Fund and the Bodleian Libraries. [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]:
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