Reproducibility through Open Protocols: Opportunities for the Library

Sponsored by Springer Nature
Recorded on 04/18/2024

Posted in Scholarly Communication and Research

What role do libraries play in promoting best practices for research reproducibility?

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Practicing open, reproducible research means sharing the products of that research openly, including data, methods and protocols, code, and publications. Access to clear and detailed reproducible protocols is a key ingredient for research results to be verified and reproduced. 

Join us in this 1-hour webinar presented by Springer Nature and Choice/ACRL highlighting the role libraries can play in promoting best practices for reproducibility, including training and infrastructure support. As a case study, we will cover the importance of protocols for reproducibility and the results of the UCSF partnership with


  • Image of Anneliese Taylor, MLIS

    Anneliese Taylor, MLIS

    Head of Scholarly CommunicationUniversity of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

    Anneliese leads scholarly communication support and initiatives at the UCSF Library. She is an advocate for open research practices and has taught workshops and classes on open and reproducible science. Prior to UCSF, Anneliese was a science librarian at Bryn Mawr College and an engineering librarian at George Mason University. She holds an MLIS from the University of Texas at Austin and a BA from Sarah Lawrence College.

  • Image of Lenny Teytelman

    Lenny Teytelman

    Co-Founder and

    Lenny did his graduate studies in yeast genetics at UC Berkeley, and it was his struggle with correcting a published research method as a postdoc at MIT that led him to co-found Lenny brings to a strong passion for open access, sharing knowledge, and improving research efficiency through technology.

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