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Slides from a presentation, "The Open Science Framework & Reproducible Research: A New Space for Scholars & Librarians," presented at the NELA & RILA Joint 2018 Annual Conference, Welcome: The Library is Your Space, on October 22, 2018 in Warwick, Rhode Island.
The Open Science Framework is a tool created to help address two crises in research: transparency and reproducibility. In this session, learn more about the reproducibility crisis and how librarians’ knowledge of the Open Science Framework can help researchers at all levels improve and share their work.
ALS Academic Librarians Section
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2018 NELA-RILA Conference Program Print.pdf (2732 kB)
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