The Association for Library Collections & Technical Services, a division of the American Library Association, is hosting a one-day workshop on issues of reproducibility. The workshop will feature “scholars, librarians, and technologists” discussing “tools and techniques to manage data, enable research transparency, and promote reproducible science. Attendees will learn strategies for fostering and supporting transparent research practices at their institutions”. Participants will (i) “learn tools and techniques that can be immediately employed at their institution to foster and support a culture of transparent research practices”; (ii) “know how to develop a research project on an open platform to manage data and other digital objects throughout the research lifecycle; and (iii) “have access to techniques for organizing empirical research projects in such a way that they can be easily and exactly reproduced.” The conference will be held in Orlando, Florida, on Friday, June 24th. To learn more, click here.