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Description: Whether there is a replication crisis or not, open science initiatives benefit personal workflow for the benefit of science. This page contains details and updates for the Crisis Schmeisis Open Science Tour. Though primarily for lectures related to Open Science in the Classroom directed at students or faculty in any discipline, stops could include 30-45 minute acoustic set of academic songs including, 'Replication Crisis' and 'Go Forth and Replicate' Contact Jon Grahe if interested in adding your institution to the Crisis Schmeisis tour.

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CRISIS SCHMEISIS OPEN SCIENCE TOUR – 2017-2018 SEE TOUR SCHEDULE BELOW Whether there is a replication crisis or not, open science initiatives benefit science as well as the researcher. This lecture tour is intended to share these benefits with as many researchers as possible. The music is a set of songs I'm recording to help students and researchers better understand scientific transparency in a ...

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