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Seminars: The Future of Social Science Research — Nov. 17 & 24
November 14, 2014 @ 12:00 am - November 21, 2014 @ 12:00 am
Three talks on the Future of Social Science Research are being offered by the Emergent Research Working Group and the Social Sciences Team (University Library) on the following dates and times:
- Event #1: Monday, Nov 17 from 10-11:30am in the Hatcher Library Gallery: The Future of Social Science Research, with Brian Nosek Psychologist Brian Nosek, University of Virginia, discusses his perspectives on the future of social science research, with attention to his experiences working within his discipline as well as his work with the Center for Open Science, Project Implicit, and the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS).
- Event #2 (co-hosted by ICOS and MPublishing): Monday, Nov 17 from 2:30-4:00pm in the Hatcher Library Gallery: Toward an Open Science Framework: Finding Common Ground for Researchers, Developers, and Publishers Join us for a discussion about how researchers, developers, and publishers can partner as distinct yet closely connected communities of practice to improve and promote alignment between scientific practices, data management, and research dissemination.
- Event #3: Monday, Nov 24 from 10-11:30am in the Hatcher Library Gallery: The Future of Social Science Research, with George Alter, Nick Ellis, and Michelle McClellan Panelists offer their perspectives on the future of social science research, with attention to historical and emerging trends. The ways in which social scientists conduct, discuss, and share research is changing. Among other things, social science research is increasingly more interdisciplinary and team-based, more global, and more data-driven.