Open Research Practices at Oxford Brookes

Transparency, openness, verification and reproducibility are important features of research and innovation.

Who this event is for:

  • Research staff
  • Postgraduate research students

Transparency, openness, verification and reproducibility are important features of research and innovation. Open research helps to support and uphold these features across the whole lifecycle of research – improving public value, research integrity, re-use and innovation. Open research also helps to support collaboration within and across disciplines. It is integral to a healthy research culture and environment. Open research is integral to UKRI’s mission to deliver economic and social benefit. Accessible, transparent, reproducible and cooperative research both underpins quality and efficiency in the research process, and ensures research outputs are readily shared. 

In this session, led by Professor David Foxcroft, we will cover different aspects of open research practices, including open methods, open data and open reporting and publication. We will signpost to available resources at Oxford Brookes and to further information and training opportunities.

Target audience: 
This University Research & KE training session is open to all research-active staff and research students. It forms an optional session for staff registered on the First Three Years EXPLORE@Brookes programme.

Format: 
•1 hour interactive online workshop with Academic Lead for Open Research/Institutional Lead for the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN)


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