Fernando Hoces de la Guardia (BITSS) will present curricular resources for social science instructors interested in teaching reproducible research practices. The session will also provide an opportunity for hands-on practice with foundational reproducibility tools. Attendees will be invited to give feedback on the curricular resources and a forthcoming online platform that will facilitate the teaching, conduct, assessment, and sharing of computational reproductions as part of the larger ACRE project.
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