UQ Open Science Conference 2018

Contributors:
  1. Nicholas Plusnin
  2. Jacqueline Boon
  3. Paul Harnett
  4. Perri Boulton
  5. Ada Kritikos
  6. Nathasha Matthews
  7. Beth O'Gorman
  8. Amelia Moyes
  9. Paul Dux
  10. Michael Lam
  11. Floyd Long
  12. Fletcher Hammond
  13. Debbie Roberts
  14. Niamh Dawson

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Description: This is a collection of resources and presentations for the Open Science Conference held at the University of Queensland, 24-25 September 2018

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General Conference Information Dynamic Program Presentation/Workshops/Hackathon Descriptions Conference Home Page Registration Page

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  • An Open Science Handbook and Toolkit for Graduate Students

    A hack-a-thon to establish a go-to open science resource for graduate students looking to engage and follow open science practices. Contribute to the ...

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  • Developing a checklist to assess reliability in published research

    Relying on the published literature, as the robustness of this literature is called into question, is costly for the field at large. In this hackathon...

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  • Engaging Postgrad Students & Supervisors in Open Science

    An unconference session to workshop ways that we can engage more postgrad students and supervisors in open science practices. The goal is to think bey...

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