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Seminar

Reproducible Research Seminar 2: Theoretical session

Date
Thursday 29 April 2021
Time
Explanation
Er zijn 3 seminars op: donderdag 22 april, donderdag 29 april and woensdag 12 mei.
Address
Online

The second session of the Leiden University Libraries & Elsevier seminars on Reproducible Research aims to discuss the phenomenon of reproducibility mainly on a conceptual level. As one of its central questions, this seminar examines the scope and limits of the reproducibility. Should the call for replication be targeted mainly towards those disciplines following a quantitative or empirical approach?

  • Welcome (20 min): Recapitulation of session 1 and introduction of the topic.
  • Lecture (30 min): Christoph Schöch, Professor of Digital Humanites, Trier Center for Digital Humanities. Definitions and terminology.
  • Break (5 min)
  • Lecture (30 min): Bart Penders, Associate Professor Metamedica, School for Public Health and Prim Care, Fac. Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University, Scope and limitations of replication research.
  • Break (5 min)
  • Lecture (30 min): Peter Verhaar, Lecturer at Book & Digital Media Studies, Leiden University. Illustration: accountability and reproducibility in the digital humanities.  

 

Leiden University Libraries & Elsevier seminars on Reproducible Research

Leiden University Libraries (UBL) in partnership with Elsevier will host a series of online seminars on the challenges involved in achieving reproducibility in research. The seminars aim to identify best practices that can help to overcome central challenges around reproducibility, and to convey several concrete guidelines that can help researchers during their attempts to make their own research transparent and verifiable. While discussions of crucial theoretical concepts will get ample attention, the seminars will also showcase concrete experiences gained during various case studies. The seminars will be held on Thursday 22 April, 29 April and Wednesday 12 May.

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