Play and Learn! CCTS Launches Kaizen-based Game to Teach Scientific Reproducibility
To help young investigators meet an impending NIH policy requiring formal training in scientific rigor and reproducibility, CCTS has launched a new web-based quiz game. Based on the Kaizen (Japanese for “continuous improvement”) platform developed by CCTS Informatics, this strategy has been successfully used to provide continuing education to medical, nursing, and dental students. The game offers a fun alternative for those who must master new competencies.
CCTS created the R2T (rigor, reproducibility, and transparency) game with institutional T and K trainees as well as individual K and F awardees in mind, but “everyone is eligible and encouraged to participate,” said CCTS Research Commons Executive Administrator Dr. Jennifer Croker.
Interested? Email Brian Wallace (email@example.com) with your first and last name, institution, and email address.