[All] Invitation to an online Reproducibility for Everyone workshop

Kornelia Korzec k.korzec at elifesciences.org
Wed Sep 11 13:13:30 BST 2019

Dear Colleague,

You are cordially invited to join the free ‘Reproducibility for Everyone’
interactive training workshop.

It’ll take place on September 18, 2019 3:00 PM London (you can check your
local time here

Science depends on reproducibility to build trust within and beyond the
research community. This workshop will introduce you to reproducible
workflows and a range of tools, from method sharing websites such as
protocols.io, to basic data management ideas and open access repositories.
This will help you share work with colleagues more effectively and allow
others to build on what you have done.

The workshop facilitators are Jeffrey Erlich (New York University,
Shanghai, China), Nafisa Jadavji (Midwestern University, United States),
and Damar Susilaradeya (University of Indonesia, Indonesia) – current eLife

As spaces are limited, *please register here
<https://crm.elifesciences.org/crm/civicrm/event/info?id=44&reset=1> *to
ensure you’ve got a spot.

The workshop will be held online via Zoom. *You will receive a joining link
upon registration.*

For the full experience, including the breakout sessions and polls, you
will need to log in with one of *the latest desktop versions of Zoom* (Linux,
Mac, Windows). The web log in and mobile version don’t support this feature.
We look forward to welcoming you on our course.

Best wishes,


Kora Korzec
Community Manager

+44 1223 855374


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