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Open Research webinars

The Office for Open Research are pleased to announce the Open Research webinars, a series exploring open and transparent research practice.

What are they?

Led by expert academics and research staff, these sessions will discuss developments in research methods and consider practical ways towards open practice.

Who are they for?

We invite all researchers, from Manchester and beyond, to attend an opportunity to contemplate the big questions in the open research movement, hear about exciting research and network with fellow academics.

When/where are they?

The webinars are open to all and hosted via Teams, please register your place in an upcoming session via Eventbrite. Our next webinar will be taking place on Wednesday 24 May 2023, 1-2pm

How to get involved?

Attend the live webinar to hear from expert academics and research staff, and take part in the Q and A at the end. Watch recordings of previous webinar presentations and helpful highlights below. If you are interested in contributing to a webinar session or have a topic suggestion, please contact the Office for Open Research openresearch@manchester.ac.uk.Please refer back to this page or follow @UoMOpenResearch on Twitter for more info about upcoming sessions.

Webinar recordings

Open Research Webinar 1 - 'Democratising the repository: Software and code under an Open Research paradigm', with Dr Lukas Hughes-Noehrer.

Open source code: guidelines and benefits

Open Research Webinar 2 - 'From Tokenism to Collaboration: Reflections on engaging with co-production and collaboration with communities beyond the institute', with Dr Ola Demkowicz.

Co-production with communities: reflections and practical tips