Jan 7, 2021 – Jan 8, 2021 |
Jan. 7-8, 2021, online — BITSS held its 9th Annual Meeting on January 7-8, 2021. The BITSS Annual Meeting brings together actors from academia, scholarly publishing, and policy to share novel research and discuss efforts to improve the credibility of social science by advancing research transparency, reproducibility, rigor, and ethics.
This Annual Meeting featured presentations of meta-scientific work selected from the Call for Papers, as well as several panel discussions, including:
- The Challenges and Opportunities of Transparency in COVID-19 Research
- Open Science for a more Democratic and Inclusive Scholarship
- Social Science Prediction Platform
- Accelerating Computational Reproducibility in the Social Sciences
Presenters included (in alphabetical order): Flávio Azevedo (Friedrich Schiller University), Nate Breznau (University of Bremen), Abel Brodeur (University of Ottawa), Aaron Edlin (UC Berkeley), Sean Grant (Indiana University), Nick Huntington-Klein (Seattle University), Charlotte Lane (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation), Molly Lewis (Carnegie Mellon University), Andrew Little (UC Berkeley), Maya Mathur (Stanford University), Nick Otis (UC Berkeley), Francesca Parente (University of Pennsylvania), Sam Parsons (University of Oxford), Eike Mark Rinke (University of Leeds), Esther Shears (UC Berkeley), Tara Slough (New York University), Matteo Tranchero (UC Berkeley), Robbie Van Aert (Tilburg University), and Olmo van den Akker (Tilburg University).
See the full agenda here. See a playlist with the videos from all presentations below.
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