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Guest Post — Exploring the Strengths and Limitations of Replication in the Humanities: Two Case Studies
By Charlotte C.S. Rulkens, Hans van Eyghen, Rachel S. A. Pear, Rik Peels, Lex M. Bouter, Maartje Stols-Witlox, Gijsbert van den Brink, Sabrina Meloni, Edwin Buijsen, René van...
Tags: Replication, Replicability
The Values, and Practice, of Science
Beyond my role with COS and my career as a social psychologist, I find that science often surfaces in my life in interesting and unexpected ways. These situations can offer some...
Tags: Community, Open Science
Global Flourishing Study Promotes Open Access Data
What does it mean to live well? What makes people happy? These are just a few of the questions the Global Flourishing Study plans to examine across 22 geographically and...
Tags: Preregistration, Research, Data, Community, Open Science
Encouraging the Adoption of Open Science Practices in Influenza Research
Preliminary research demonstrates that the influenza community sees value in open science behaviors such as preregistration and data sharing. However, respondents to the Open...
Tags: Research, Community, Open Science
Funding Consciousness Research with Registered Reports: Promoting Best Practices in Reproducible Research
With funding from the Templeton World Charity Foundation, the Center for Open Science (COS) is leading an initiative in partnership with the Association for the Scientific Study...
Tags: Research, Community, Open Science, Registered Reports, Consciousness
Watch the Supporting Open Science in the Promotion & Tenure Process: Lessons from the University of Maryland Webinar
The academic promotion and tenure process establishes the incentive structure for institutions of higher education. Open science champions have long advocated for the process to...
Tags: Community, Open Science, Culture Change, Education, Policy, Webinar
Breaking the Wall to Improve the Research Culture
The Center for Open Science’s (COS) Executive Director, Brian Nosek, was selected as one of ten winners in the Science and Innovation Management category in the Science...
Tags: Community, Open Science, Culture Change
Badges for Open Research Practices Now Available on OSF Registrations
Changing the research culture to more open, transparent, and reproducible practices is a collective action movement across the entire research system. In a coordinated systematic...
Tags: OSF, Open Science, Registrations, Badges, Compliance, Open Code, Open Materials
Surpassing 100,000 Registrations on OSF: Strides in Adoption of Open and Reproducible Research
The growth in the global open science research community shows no signs of slowing down. Examples of openness and improved rigor are everywhere. One example of that growth is the...
Tags: Preregistration, OSF, Open Science, Registrations
A Win for Open Science: White House OSTP’s Updated Guidance Advances Open Access and Data Sharing Across Federal Agencies
The Center for Open Science (COS) supports the new policy update from the White House Office of Science Technology & Policy (OSTP) ensuring free, immediate, and equitable access...
Tags: Data, Community, Open Science, Culture Change, Open Access, Accessibility