This Animal Welfare Research Network (AWRN)-funded workshop will introduce key concepts and resources as a starting point for a discussion on how to develop and foster the implementation of Open Science practices in animal welfare research, and to work together towards best practice recommendations for the field. It will focus on three main aspects – Registered Reports, Pre-prints, and Open Data – providing an overview of each aspect and clarifying common misconceptions that can hinder the implementation of these practices.
The online workshop will include a combination of talks, interactive training components, and discussions. Breakout sessions during lunch break will provide an opportunity to network and ask follow-up questions to the workshop proponents and guest speakers. The organisers welcome participants who are new to Open Science as well as those with previous experience.
Workshop proponents and moderators: Anna Olsson & Christian Nawroth
Guest speakers: Hanno Würbel (University Bern) & Rafael Muñoz-Tamayo (INRAE)
The full programme will be announced soon. Registration is free and will close on December 12th – learn more on the AWRN website.