Watch our Research Software Camp's keynote talk

Posted by j.laird on 19 February 2021 - 9:30am

Research Software Camps logoNext week we start our inaugural Research Software Camp which focusses on research accessibility. Watch the Camp's keynote talk by Chris Hartgerink (Liberate Science) on the Social Model of Inaccessibility below.

From 22 February - 5 March we are running free online events and sharing resources which focus on different aspects of research accessibility, from making tools, datasets, software and protocols reproducible, open and sustainable; to exploring formats and tools to facilitate and improve accessibility for disabled people.

The aim is to bring together people working with research and research software from any career stage and research area to explore and discuss the state of research culture and encourage better practices around research accessibility.

Events include: a live Q&A with our keynote speaker Chris Hartgerink (Liberate Science) following his talk on the Social Model of Inaccessibility; a workshop on boosting your research reproducibility with Binder; a workshop on Sustainable Software Development for Researchers [sold out]; guides on our website and social media activities.

Register for the live sessions here and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn to see useful content and join in our discussions on research accessibility.

If you have questions for Chris but can't attend the live Q&A you can ask them on Twitter using #RSCamps or email us and we will address them during the Camp.