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FSCI: Training People Not for Where We’re At, But for Where We’re Going (The Scholarly Kitchen)

Author: Charlie Rapple

"Its themes will feel familiar: impact, collaboration, reproducibility, peer review, questionable publishing practices, data, code, and open, open, open. Its teaching mechanisms are also tried and tested: lectures, seminars, hands-on training, group activities and intensive coursework. But aside from its researcher-orientation and affordability, there’s one other thing that I think is truly different about both FORCE 11 and FSCI: pretty much everyone involved is a change maker…"


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