The AAU in partnership with the Osun State University invites you to the second Research Transparency and Reproducibility training workshop titled Data Ethics and Skills for Reproduction of Research Findings Using Stata in Osun State.
The Workshop details are as follows;
Date: 11th to 14th March, 2019
Venue: Osun State University
Fees: Nigerian (local) Institutions: $ 300
International Institutions, Non-Profit/Public, Research Centres: $ 400
The Workshop Concept Note can be downloaded from here; – CONCEPT NOTE_DATA_ETHICS_AND_SKILLS_WORKSHOP
Registration link: https://www.research.net/r/data_ethics_skills
The four-day training workshop aims at empowering the next generation of African researchers with the appropriate skills and ethics to conduct transparent and reproducible research.
Participants will be introduced to the data landscape of Africa; emerging issues with raw data; best practices for data and code management; and using STATA to validate, analyse and replicate variables.
The workshop will cover the following:
This workshop is invaluable to researchers, academics, postgraduate students, policy makers and staff of statistical institutions working in the field of social sciences and wishing to use STATA for applied statistical analysis, and data management.
Date and Venue
The workshop will take place at the Osun State University, Osogbo,
Osun State, Nigeria.
Course fees cover: course materials (handouts, Stata do files and datasets to be used during the workshop), a temporary license of Stata valid for 30 days from the beginning of the course, lunch and coffee breaks.
Participants will be responsible for their own accommodation and travel-related costs, such as flights.
Individuals interested in attending the training workshop, must complete the online registration form, available via https://www.research.net/r/data_ethics_skills
Due to limited number of spaces, participants will be admitted on first come, first served basis. The course will be officially confirmed, when at least 15 individuals are enrolled
Prof. Samuel Kobina Annim – Director of the Directorate of Research, Innovation and Consultancy (DRIC)
Information on the first research transparency and reproducibility workshop can be found by clicking on any of the following links;