Researchers across disciplines have been calling for reproducible research as an attainable minimum standard for assessing the value of scholarly claims, particularly when full independent replication of a study is not feasible. Making your research more reproducible pays off and is explicitly in the self-interest of every ambitious, career-oriented researcher.
Good research data management practices makes your research more reproducible and does the following:
This workshop is also available asynchronously (https://uviclibraries.github.io/rdm-and-reproducibility/) and contains videos, slides, and external links for additional learning.
This workshop is for:
This workshop is for a general audience; no previous knowledge of research data management is required. It is applicable to those supporting, participating, or conducting research. This workshop is relevant to all academic disciplines.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Evaluate the reproducibility crisis
Examine challenges of creating reproducible research data
Discuss foundational data management practices
Review available tools that facilitate reproducible research data
Introductions (5 minutes)
Reproducibility Crisis (10 minutes)
Challenges of Reproducible Research (15 minutes)
Best Practices for Reproducible Research & Tools (15 minutes)
Q&A (5 minutes)
Presentation slides: https://lib.uvic.ca/rdmrepo
Challenges of Reproducible Research
Best Practices for Reproducible Research & Tools