The processes, procedures and materials used in research studies and investigation are known as methods. Making methods open, transparent, and accessible to the public is known as Open Methods. Open methods promote trust, reproducibility and reusability. See Public Library of Science (PLOS) Open Methods and NTU LibGuide on open methods.
NTU Library and NIE Library would like to invite all those who are interested to learn more about open methods, preregistration and registered reports, using the Open Science Framework as a platform, to join us in the workshops physically on 27 and 29 Feb 2024 at Experimental Medicine Building, Seminar Room, Level 1, NTU campus. Breakfast and registration begins at 8:30am. Workshop proper is 9:00am to 11:00am. The US-based trainer, Dr Crystal Steltenpohl, Training and Education Manager, Center for Open Science, will be conducting the workshops virtually. There will be an in person NTU speaker, Dr Pierina Cheung, Education Research Scientist, Centre for Research in Child Development, NIE, NTU, who will be sharing her preregistration experience on 29 Feb 2024. Click here to register.