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The Intersections between DORA, Open Research, and Equity - Stephen Curry

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Research Integrity: the view from the Research Office - Alan Campbell

When we talk about research integrity, what we’re talking about are the principles, ideas and behaviours that make up good research practice. It’s about defining what excellence in the…

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Open Research in the Classroom: A call for participants - Emma Wilson

Open research practices can benefit students, researchers, and the research community by improving the quality, transparency, and accessibility of research findings. Many groups such as the Edinburgh…

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The Benefits of an Open-Science Approach in Student Research Projects - Emma MacKenzie & Felicity Anderson

Student projects can sometimes be overlooked when considering open science methods. This is perhaps because of the limited time available to complete the project, a lack of confidence in their open…

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How does open research impact student outcomes? A Big Team Science review and evidence synthesis - Madeleine Pownall

In this talk, I will provide a summary of a large-scale review of how embedding open and reproducible scholarship may impact student outcomes across educational contexts. This project aimed to reduce…

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Introducing a Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT) - Flavio Azevedo

The Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT) addresses the underappreciated pedagogical aspect of open and reproducible science and its associated challenges, including a need…

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Open research in the making: or a call for co-creators - Eugénia Rodrigues

The assumption that research and science can be made open and accessible just by taking action from the inside has been shown to be erroneous for some time now. Regulatory and policy instruments to…

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FAIRification as a Team Sport - Susanna-Assunta Sansone

The FAIR Principles have succeeded to unit stakeholders world-wide behind a common concept: good data management under common standards. However, putting FAIR into practice is still work in progress…

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Scottish Universities Open Access Press: An Introduction - Dominique Walker

18 academic libraries across Scotland, through SCURL (Scottish Confederation of University and Research Libraries), are collaborating to develop a not-for-profit open access publishing platform that…

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Diamond Open Access Publishing in the Library - Rebecca Wojturska

With developing guidance and policies around Open Access publishing, and with relatively high article and book processing charges from publishers, it is more important than ever for libraries to…

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The Edinburgh Open Research Roadmap - Dominic Tate

The Edinburgh Open Research Roadmap will steer the university towards embedding Open Research as the “new normal”.

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Research Culture and Open Research - Jane Hillston

In the last few years there has been an increased focus on research culture and the importance of creating a culture that is open and inclusive. This has been highlighted by the UK…

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Open Research, Research Culture and Research Integrity - Malcolm McLeod

How Research Integrity, Research Culture, and Open Research overlap and interact

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Open Access, Data Management and Emerging Challenges to International Research - Gavin McLachlan

The University of Edinburgh’s current position regarding Open Access and Data management – including the introduction of our new policies. As well as the University’s general…

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