SORTEE Conference 2023
The conference was run continuously from 17 to 18 October covering all timezones.
SORTEE Conference 2022
The conference was run continuously from 11 July to 13 July covering all timezones.
You can download Final Schedule of the conference Download file.
You can find video recordings of the talks on this OSF Meetings page. This page includes plenary recording files to download, along with English transcripts and translations into Hindi, Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
To watch recordings of plenary presentations with captions in any language, visit our YouTube channel.
The plenary presenters for the 2022 SORTEE Conference were:
Corina Logan (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany) - Presenting: “How Peer Community in Registered Reports lets researchers take back control of the publishing process”
Tshiamo Motshegwa (Australian Research Data Commons, AU) - Presenting: “Developments in African Cyber-infrastructure to Support Open Science”
Martin Westgate (Atlas of Living Australia, AU) - Presenting: “Twelve years of open science infrastructure: Lessons from the Atlas of Living Australia”
SORTEE Conference 2021
The conference was run continuously from 12 July to 14 July covering all timezones.
You can find Conference Information Pack here
You can find video recordings of the talks on this OSF Meetings page
The plenary presenters for the 2021 SORTEE Conference were:
- Michael Eisen (University of California, Berkeley, USA) - talk abstract and speaker bio
- Hannah Fraser (University of Melbourne, AU) - talk abstract and speaker bio
- Michael Jennions (Australian National University, AU) - talk abstract and speaker bio
- Julia Stewart Lowndes (National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, USA) - talk abstract and speaker bio
- Richard McElreath (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany) - talk abstract and speaker bio
- Malvika Sharan (Alan Turing Institute, UK) - talk abstract and speaker bio
SORTEE Conference products
Ivimey-Cook, E. R., Pick, J. L., Bairos-Novak, K., Culina, A., Gould, E., Grainger, M., … & Windecker, S. (2023). Implementing Code Review in the Scientific Workflow: Insights from Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. EcoEvoRxiv.
Braga, P. H. P., Hébert, K., Hudgins, E. J., Scott, E. R., Edwards, B. P., Sánchez Reyes, L. L., … & Crystal‐Ornelas, R. (2023). Not just for programmers: How GitHub can accelerate collaborative and reproducible research in ecology and evolution. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
Nakagawa, S., Ivimey-Cook, E. R., Grainger, M. J., O’Dea, R. E., Burke, S., Drobniak, S. M., … & Lagisz, M. (2023). Method Reporting with Initials for Transparency (MeRIT) promotes more granularity and accountability for author contributions. Nature Communications, 14(1), 1788.
Gomes, D. G., Pottier, P., Crystal-Ornelas, R., Hudgins, E. J., Foroughirad, V., Sánchez-Reyes, L. L., … & Gaynor, K. M. (2022). Why don’t we share data and code? Perceived barriers and benefits to public archiving practices. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 289(1987), 20221113.