With generous support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the CURE Consortium developed the Curating for Reproducibility (CuRe) curriculum, which is part of a standards-based training program that offers opportunities for librarians, archivists, and other data support professionals to gain the skills necessary to effectively support the research community and its imperative for reproducible research.
The CuRe Curriculum is delivered as a series of four Library Carpentry lessons.
- Overview of Scientific Reproducibility
- Reproducibility Standards
- Scientific Reproducibility and the LIS Professional
- The Data Quality Review Framework
- File Review
- Documentation Review
- Data Review
- Code Review
- Code Inspection
- Code Execution
- Code Output and Manuscript Review
- Compendium Packaging
- Trustworthy Repositories
- Special Cases