Edinburgh Open Research Conference 2024
The forthcoming Edinburgh Open Research Conference (EOR) will take place on Wednesday 29th May 2024. While the conference will be hybrid, we ask that all contributors attend in person.
Edinburgh University is committed to making Open Research the new normal and a vital part of achieving that is by contributing to positive culture change within research. But how do we and other institutions go about this?
So, this year, we are asking the question:
How can Open Research contribute to positive Culture Change in Research more broadly?
The focus will be on the role of Open Research in changing research culture for the better. We will come together to ask how principles of FAIRness, reproducibility, recognition, integrity, and participation can steer us towards a healthier, more vibrant research environment. We will also consider the underlying factors that can drive research culture change in all its forms, how we can measure progress, and how Open Research intersects with other aspects of research culture that involve a shift in research value, behaviour, expectations and attitudes such as EDI, health and working patterns.
The three central themes of the conference will be:
- Next Generation Metrics
- Research Integrity
- Education and Skills
But we also welcome contributions addressing the other Pillars of Open Science; FAIR Data, Scholarly Communications, Reward & Recognition, Citizen Science, & EOSC.
Submissions for the 2024 conference have now closed.
The conference programme and other information for those wishing to attend in-person or online will be published here as it becomes available, and in the Edinburgh Open Research Newsletter.
Revisit the 2023 Conference
Past 2023 Programmes
Recordings from past conferences (2023 and 2022) are available on our MediaHopper page. Slides are available alongside each video as 'Attachments', or can be viewed separately on our the Edinburgh Open Research Journal page.
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