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Reproducible research?

Thursday 4 April 12:00 until 13:30
Library Meeting Room on the 2nd floor
Part of the series: Sussex Research Hive Seminars

The Sussex Research Hive Seminar series brings together the community at Sussex to explore current issues in academic research. Hear perspectives from a variety of practitioners and join your Sussex peers to discuss the issues that are affecting you.

The principle of openness in research is one of utmost importance, with implications for both outcome and practice. Larger datasets and more sophisticated computational methods drive the need for reproducibility in research.

Prof Zoltan Dienes will consider how openness should and can play a greater role in all aspects of knowledge creation, from open data to how a University is structured.

Prof Janet Boddy, Director of the Centre for Innovation and Research in Childhood and Youth, will discuss critical perspectives on reproducibility and re-use in qualitative research – reflecting on secondary use, revisiting data and data sharing.


Prof Zoltan Dienes, Professor in Experimental Psychology, School of Psychology, Sussex

Prof Janet Boddy, Professor of Child, Youth & Family Studies, School of Education and Social Work, Sussex

Sandwich lunch included from 12:00, seminar will start 12:15

Book your place

Supported by SAGE Publications and hosted by the Library, these lunchtime events are open to everyone engaged in, or supporting, the research process at Sussex. Please sign up to the seminars via the Library webpage. Where possible slides and recordings of the sessions will be made available after the event.

By: Katy Stoddard
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Last updated: Monday, 25 February 2019