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Upcoming Presentations & Workshops


Project TIER is honored to have been invited to participate in multiple upcoming seminars and events to present on the importance of teaching reproducible research methods. These presentations include an overview of ex ante documentation vs ex post reproduction, handling restricted-access data, and undergraduate classroom applications of the TIER protocol. These seminars will be hosted throughout the fall semester, and we encourage the TIER community to take advantage of all the great presentations these webinars will offer.

BITSS Open Research Seminar

Hosted by the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS), a leading organization in replication, this four-part fall seminar includes monthly presentations on a variety of topics in replication. The seminar focuses on tools and practices researchers can use, and is entirely free and open to the public. Presentations will also be available later on the BITSS Youtube Chanel.

Richard Ball (Project TIER), Fernando Hoces de la Guardia (BITSS), and Abel Brodeur (I4R) will be presenting on Oct 4, 9 – 10:30 am PT: The Life Cycle of a Reproduction: from Ex Ante Documentation to Ex Post Reproduction and Beyond. Register Here

Conference on Reproducibility and Replicability in Economics and the Social Sciences

This joint in-person and virtual conference, hosted typically on Tuesday afternoons, features 11 sessions on issues spanning the entire lifecycle of reproducible research. Presentations will include topics such as undergraduate and graduate replication teaching methods, journal replication review processes, and the ethics of reproducibility.

On November 19 at 4:15 ET, Richard Ball (Project TIER) and Diego Mendez-Carbajo (Fed of St. Louis) will join other panelists for Session 3, "Should teaching reproducibility be a part of undergraduate education or curriculum?" Register Here

YSI Webinar on Replication

The Institute for New Economic Thinking Young Scholars Initiative is hosting a multi-session webinar freely available to students of all levels. The sessions will focus on aspects of research replication relevant to students, and provide students with the tools and mentorship they need to complete their first replication study.

On September 15 at 12pm ET Richard Ball and Norm Medeiros will present on Two Sides of the Replication Coin: Ex Post Reproduction and Ex Ante Documentation. Register Here


Past Presentations & Workshops

2022

Domingos, Amanda
Protocolo TIER: Um Mapa Para a Transparência e Replicabilidade
Treinamento Brasileiro de Pesquisa Aberta, May 24, 2022
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-l0vecIbDIM&t=15s

Lafferty-Hess, Sophia
An Introduction to Reproducible Research Practices
Duke University, February 22, 2022
https://duke.libcal.com/event/8574511

2021

Platt, Matthew
HPC University
Advanced Computing for Social Change Curriculum
Webinar, August 5, 2021
Presentation: A Brief Treatise on Punch-Ducking

Karreth, Johannes
2021 ICPSR Summer Program
Applied Bayesian Modeling
Virtual, May 17-28, 2021
jkarreth.net/files/bayes-icpsr-lab1.html

Marwick, Ben & Wang, Liying
Society for American Archaeology
2021 Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA, April 15-17, 2021
Teaching Integrity in Empirical Archaeology

2020

Harper, Sam
Society for Epidemiologic Research
2020 Annual Meeting
Virtual, October 30, 2020
Reproducible Research in Epidemiology: Why and How

Moore, Kara (organizer)
Society for Improvement of Psychological Science
2020 Annual Meeting
Virtual, June 22-23, 2020
Curriculum Writing: Developing Soup-to-Nuts Exercises for Students in Conducting Transparent and Reproducible Analyses

Young, Danielle
Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)
Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Preconference to the 2020 SPSP Convention
New Orleans, February 27-29, 2020
Teaching Transparency, Reproducibility, and Replication in Psychological Science

2019

Becker, Megan
American Political Science Association
2019 Annual Meetings
Washington, DC, August 30, 2019
Replicating the Resource Curse: Ross (2004) and Qualitative Replication

DuPre, Elizabeth
Neuroimagers Workshop: BIDS & the TIER Protocol
McGill University, April 26, 2019
https://www.mcgill.ca/bic/channels/event/neuroimagers-workshop-bids-tier-protocol-296238


2018

Lafferty-Hess, Sophia
Building Blocks for Reproducibility:The TIER Protocol
Duke University, November 14, 2018
https://duke.app.box.com/s/it2jrtudjtytyarji6tiqeeyxgjybr57

Underwood, Anthony (organizer). Underwood; Marshall, Emily; Vera, David; Wang Sonne, Elise; Ball, Richard
American Economic Association, Committee on Education
2018 Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education (CTREE)
San Antonio, TX, May 31, 2018
Promoting Transparency in Undergraduate Empirical Research

Leeper, Thomas
Reproducibility with Git and Rmarkdown
April 5, 2018
https://thomasleeper.com/lectures/2018-04-06-BITSS/slides.pdf

Arguillas, Florio
Yale University, Institution for Social and Policy Studies
New Haven, CT, March 2, 2018
Making Research Transparent and Reproducible

Arguillas, Florio; Christian, Thu-Mai; Peer, Limor
Digital Curation Center
13th International Digital Curation Conference
Barcelona, Spain, February 19-22, 2018
Curating for Reproducibility: Producing High Quality Data and Code for Transparent and Reproducible Research

Leeper, Thomas
Reproducibility with Git and Rmarkdown
January 30, 2018
Slides: https://thomasleeper.com/lectures/2018-01-30-LSEGeography/slides.pdf
Program: https://www.bitss.org/events/geography-and-environment-research-transparency-and-reproducibility-training-lse/


2017

Marshall, Emily & Underwood, Anthony
National Economics Teaching Association
13th Annual Economics Teaching Conference
Indianapolis, IN, November 9-10, 2017
Presentation: Writing in the Discipline and Reproducible Methods: A Process-Oriented Approach to Teaching Empirical Undergraduate Economics Research

Lins, Rodrigo
Noveno Congreso Latinoamericano (9th Latin American Congress)
Montevideo, Uruguay, July 26-28, 2017
Determinantes da insatisfação com a democracia na América Latina, 2001-2015 (Determinants of Dissatisfaction with Democracy in Latin America, 2001-2015)

Halliday, Simon (organizer); Halliday; O'Hara, Michael; Swoboda, Aaron
American Economic Association, Committee on Education
2017 Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education (CTREE)
Denver, CO, June 1, 2017
Efficient Empiricism: Streamlining Teaching, Research and Learning in Empirical Courses

McNamara, Amelia
International Biometric Society, Eastern North American Region
Washington, DC, March 12-17, 2017
Data Science for Statisticians

Wang Sonne, Elise
Research Transparency Workshops in Cameroon, South Africa, and the UK
February 22, 2017
https://www.bitss.org/research-transparency-workshops-in-cameroon-south-africa-and-the-uk/

Holcombe, Alex
Open science SARMAC workshop
January 3, 2017
Slides: http://rstudio-pubs-static.s3.amazonaws.com/239073_77702d35258c4d52b8ef4f2deb9bfd99.html
Program:https://www.bitss.org/events/research-transparency-and-reproducibility-training-rt2-amsterdam/

2016

Broman, Karl; Çetinkaya-Rundel, Mine; Baumer, Benjamin
ASA-MAA Joint Committee, Statistical Education Section, Statistical Learning and Data Science Section
Webinar, November 16, 2016
Teaching Reproducible Research: Inspiring New Researchers To Do More Robust and Reliable Science

Wang Sonne, Elise
OpenCon 2016
Washington, DC, November 11-16, 2016
Presentation: What Works to Foster the Adoption of Openness and Transparency Practices in Sub-Saharan Africa: Soziac Elise Wang Sonne - Research Evaluation Panel, Part 4

O'Hara, Michael
American Economic Association, Committee on Education
2016 Conference on Teaching & Research in Economic Education (CTREE)
Atlanta, GA, June 1-3, 2016
Reproducibility as a Pedagogical Strategy: TIER Without Tears

2015

Crosas, Merce
CENDI, National Federation of Advanced Information Services, and the Research Data Alliance
The Future of the Commons: Data, Software and Beyond
Washington, DC, November 18, 2015
The Dataverse Commons