August 27, 13:00-17:00 CEST
Principles and Practices in Open Science
This workshop will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of “open science”– practices aimed at improving the reproducibility and transparency of scientific work. We will take a “workflow” perspective that emphasizes the integration of reproducible and transparent practices throughout the research process, from project planning to reporting (and beyond). After this workshop, you should have a basic understanding of core open science practices, with sufficient knowledge to consider how to incorporate these practices into your specific work.
13:00 to 13:15 – Introduction
13:15 to 14:30 – Planning and Preregistering
In the first part of the workshop, we will discuss the planning and preparation of research using transparent and reproducible workflows. We will also discuss the principles and practice of preregistration.
14:30 to 14:45 – Break
14:45 to 15:30 – Archiving Materials and Data
In the second part of the workshop, we will discuss how to effectively archive research materials, data, analysis procedures, and supplemental materials to facilitate reproducibility and scrutiny.
15:30 to 15:45 – Break
15:45 to 17:00 – Stowing Down and Clearing Up: Preprints and Research Compendia
In the third and last part of the workshop, we will discuss the use of preprint servers and the curation of research compendia – organized repositories of materials, data, analyses, and reports that enable researchers to reuse, examine, and reproduce your work.