The main library of university that I go to, University of Cincinnati, hosted a workshop from Center for Open Science on March 12th. The workshop was over reproducible research practices and how can Open Science help it- mainly with the Center of Open Science’s framework. Since I’m a (clueless) biology undergrad with barely any research experience, I learned a lot from it and new things, again mainly with their framework.
I heard of the Center and their framework about a year ago and I had no clue of how to test it or even use it for something. But after this workshop, I think I may have an idea for a personal or a Ubuntu Scientists (or another Open Science group) project to work on improving/teaching documentation for research or another aspect/step of the process. I also want to figure out how to do outreach also.