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Data sharing in developmental science: Challenges and how to overcome them by Dr Sara Hart

8 March @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CET

About the speaker

Dr Sara A. Hart is the W. Russell and Eugenia Morcom Professor of Psychology and Associate Director of the Florida Center for Reading Research, at the Florida State University. Her work integrates theories and methods from developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, education, and behavioural genetics. Broadly, her research focuses on understanding how and why people differ in their cognitive development, particularly focused on reading and math development. Outside of her main research content focus, she currently has an NIH grant to build a data repository, LDbase, to support the data storage and data access needs of scientists working in the fields of developmental science and education.  Beyond her research, she is passionate about training, dissemination of research, and advocating for women and other historically excluded individuals in science. 

About the talk

In this talk, Dr Sara Hart will talk about her experiences in creating a data repository and otherwise supporting open science, as well as working with her research community to understand hesitations around data sharing and support those towards open data goals.

Details

Date:
8 March
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CET

Venue

Zoom
United Kingdom

Organizer

RIOT Science Club – Norway