Mar 5, 2021 –
May 21, 2021
May 21, 2021 — BITSS Project Scientist Fernando Hoces de la Guardia will present the Social Science Reproduction Platform (SSRP) as part of the Spring 2021 “Instruction in Reproducible Research” webinar series hosted by Project TIER. The webinar series will include nine other presentations exploring the educational purposes of teaching students transparent and reproducible methods of quantitative data analysis. See the program and register here.
Dec 14, 2020 –
Dec 14, 2020
Dec. 14, 2020, online — Katie Hoeberling gave a lightning talk titled “Advancing Computational Reproducibility in the Social Sciences: Creating and using digital reproduction records as pedagogical tools” as part of the 2020 Conference of the Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools (JROST). Find the full program here. Slides from Katie’s presentation are here.
Nov 13, 2020 –
Nov 13, 2020
Nov. 10, online — At 11 am PT, Katie Hoeberling and Fernando Hoces de la Guardia will give a presentation titled “Advancing Computational Reproducibility in the Social Sciences: Creating and Using Digital Reproduction Records as a Pedagogical Tool” as part of the Fall 2020 Virtual Membership Meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information. Learn more and find the schedule here.
Oct 6, 2020 –
Oct 6, 2020
Oct. 6, online — Fernando Hoces de la Guardia gave a presentation titled “Accelerating Computational Reproducibility in Economics: Guidelines and a Crowdsourcing Platform” as part of the Development Lunch seminar series organized by the Department of Economics, UC Berkeley. Read More →
Oct 15, 2020 –
Oct 15, 2020
Oct. 15, online — BITSS Project Scientist Fernando Hoces de la Guardia gave a presentation titled “Research Transparency: Challenges and Solutions” (in Spanish) as part of a seminar organized by the Center for Research in Applied Economics at the University of Talca, Chile. Read More →
Jun 27, 2020 –
Jun 27, 2020
June 27, online — BITSS hosted two virtual sessions on research reproducibility at the 95th Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association International (WEAI). The sessions presented resources and lessons learned from the Accelerating Computation Reproducibility in Economics (ACRE) project led BITSS and AEA Data Editor Lars Vilhuber. Read More →