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Fancy playing with lego whilst improving your Open Research skills? The LEGO® Metadata for Reproducibility game is an interactive game which utilises LEGO® to help researchers explore the metadata they might need to record to aid reproducibility.

The game addresses issues including planning for metadata, formats of metadata recording, standards and automation. The game also draws multiple parallels between recording and communicating the research process and documenting and the creation of a LEGO® model. The process of playing the game draws researchers into discussions on how metadata is captured, recorded and disseminated, which in turn provides an opportunity for signposting to further resources in this area.

This event is part of the library festival 2022. 


Date:
Friday, September 23, 2022
Time:
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Location:
Digital Scholarship Lab
Type:
Course, Training or Workshop
Categories:
Events - Campus and Community Life, Events - Student Channel, Exhibitions and events > Event, Exhibitions and events > Exhibition, Exhibitions and events > Open day/visit day, Library Festival, Location > Digital Scholarship Lab, Research > Research support, Research, Staff development, Staff, Visible on web, Web - Embrace Digital Staff, Web - Embrace Digital Students
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