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2018 ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference, Failing Forward: Experimentation and Creativity in Libraries

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5-4-2018

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Slides from a presentation, "Failure to Reproduce: The Replication Crisis in Research — Can Librarians Help?," presented at the 2018 ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference, Failing Forward: Experimentation and Creativity in Libraries, on May 4, 2018 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

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A recent survey by Nature found that more than 70% of researchers have tried and failed to reproduce another scientist’s experiments and more than half have failed to reproduce their own experiments! Learn more about the “reproducibility crisis” in research and how librarians are helping by teaching researchers about reproducible workflows, proper management of code and data, and tools like the Open Science Framework.

Tags: Scholarly Communication; Technology and Tools; Data Services; University Library

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Additional files include a version of the slides with speakers' notes; excerpt from the conference program; presentation proposal as submitted; e-mail with presentation proposal acceptance; and an image of a tweet about the session.

ACRL-NEC_Failure_to_Reproduce-slides_with_NOTES.pdf (3202 kB)
Slides with speakers' notes

ACRLNEC18_Conf_Prgrm_Breakout_IV.pdf (223 kB)
Excerpt from conference program

ACRLNEC_2018_Proposal-Reproducibility.pdf (71 kB)
Presentation proposal as submitted

2018-02-09-Proposal_acceptance-ACRLNEC_Annual_Conference.pdf (146 kB)
Email - proposal acceptance

acrlnec18_reproducibility_tweet.png (59 kB)
Tweet mentioning presentation

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