An ITRN online meeting was held on Wednesday, 26 October 2022 at 15:30 (CET). During the meeting, the planned activities for 2023 were discussed and, among other, the ITRN community's opinion was sought on the possibility of transforming ITRN into an official 'associazione'.
15:30 opening of the meeting and ITRN activity timeline
15:35 Reasons for creating an official “Associazione” Italian Reproducibility Network: Association costs, Membership costs, Official ITRN annual meeting, Steering Committee structure and additional members, Ambassadors.
16:20 Update on ITRN official documents
16:25 Current and past initiatives that we are organizing for the next academic year: Call for members to participate in working groups and initiatives
16:45 Additional items
17:00 Closing remarks and next ITRN meeting February 2023
All memebers present had the opportunity to express their opinions. Full support was given for the path of making ITRN an 'associazione'.
The first meeting in presence of ITRN was held in Florence on 13 May 2022, in the Salone delle Robbiane, Villa La Quiete /AOU Meyer Firenze hosted by Tiziana Metitieri. The title of the meeting was “Provando e riprovando” which recalls the motto of the Accademia del Cimento, established in 1657 in Florence to implement Galileo's experimental method
13:50 Greetings and opening of the meeting - Next in Open Science, Tiziana Metitieri
14.00 Practices of Reproducibility: new projects and new tools - Chair: Cristina Zogmaister, introducing short presentations from network members.
14:00 Sara Garofalo - Pre-registration: why and how
14:10 Agnese Zazio - Practices of reproducibility in TMS-EEG studies
14:20 Esther Maassen - Computational reproducibility of measurement invariance tests and meta-analyses
14:30 Marco Stebel - Protocol for improved reproducibility of liver studies: impact on animal reduction
14.45 The ITRN activity: an overview of the first year - Chairs: Davide Crepaldi and Vittorio Iacovella,
Nodes Presentation - Marco Tullio Liuzza
Preliminary results from the ITRN Survey - Maria Montefinese
ReproCoffee: a national platform to discuss reproducibility - Claudia Mazzuca, Federica Stablum
Educational activities - Federica Conte, Ezia Rizzi, Michela Vezzoli
SIPF-ITRN Prize - Marta Bortoletto,
Call for new proposals from the ITRN community (ideas from you to organize a new season of events)
15.45 Break: opportunities to create connections for collaborations
16.00 “Eppur si muove” Il presente della Scienza Aperta in Italia. Tavola rotonda. Introduce Massimo Grassi, moderatore Fabio Turone Lantin di SWIM e CESJ, con Roberto Caso di AISA, Emma Lazzeri di ICDI e GARR e Carlo Miniussi di ITRN
17.00 Closing remarks: Carlo Miniussi, Massimo Grassi, Davide Crepaldi, Tiziana Metitieri, Cristina Zogmaister