ADVANCING SCIENCE IN INDONESIA: CURRENT GLOBAL RESEARCH PRACTICES
A Webinar which aims to develop research in Indonesia and beyond with some of the world's foremost researchers.
Date and Time: Monday, 21 October 2019, 09.00 - 12.30 Indonesian Eastern Time (including breaks)
Place: Co-host Universities and Viewing Sites
Prof. Brian Nosek
Brian Nosek is Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Virginia, US and Executive Director of the Center for Open Science. Brian is a major figure in transparency reform in science and his work has not only been influential in his field, but has also had a major impact on other scientific disciplines. Brian founded the Center for Open Science (COS), which champions more transparent and accessible science practices. COS provides the Open Science Framework (OSF), which is one of the main platforms that facilitate open science practices, by providing repositories, data-sharing and pre-registration services free of charge.
Prof. Simine Vazire
Simine Vazire is Professor of Social Psychology at the University of California, Davis (UCD), US. She is one of the founders of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS) and is still involved in his Executive Committee. Simine is one of the main figures in the methodology reform movement, which now influences scientific reforms throughout the world. Simine is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPSS), one of the main journals of the Association for Psychological Science (APS).
Prof. Virginia Barbour
Virginia Barbour is the Director, of the Australasian Open Access Strategy Group (AOASG) and Advisor to Library and Office of Research Ethics and Integrity, Queensland University of Technology, QUT. She obtained her medical doctor's degree from University of Cambridge, UK and completed her doctorate at the University of Oxford, UK. Virginia is one of the three editors who founded PLoS Medicine and is involved in many activities related to open access, scientific publishing, and research ethics including the development of a number of reporting guidelines including CONSORT, PRISMA and TIDieR statements.
Sandersan Onie, UNSW Sydney
Rizqy Amelia Zein, Universitas Airlangga
The main focus of this webinar is to improve research practices in Science. While it is primarily geared towards an Indonesian audience, it is applicable is many research contexts. Some topics below.
Emphasizing the importance of mastering basic research skills (for example, literature review skills, analyzing and interpreting data, etc.) in the context of current scientific developments;
Educating researchers on good research practice and why good research practice is important for improving the quality of research;
Encourage the creation of a research ecosystem whose main focus is on credibility, transparency and scientific rigor.