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Description: The 2021 unconference will feature participant-led sessions analyzing the current state of open scholarship practice and interactive hackathons seeking solutions to identified problems. Participants will assess barriers to adoption of open scholarship practices unique to the education community and brainstorm strategies for promoting greater awareness.

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Hackathon on How to do Hackathons

This project will contain a guide on how to conduct a hackathon, created via hackathon.

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Workshop: Teaching Replication in the Social Sciences

Introducing students to practices like replication during their studies is a great way to advance the culture of open science by socializing the next ...

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Hackathon: Bringing open science practices to the rest of our departments: Compiling resources and arguments to speed the adoption of open practices

One step toward facilitating widespread use of open science practices is to encourage departments to work to integrate open and reproducible science i...

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One Power Library to Rule Them All

A project to collect information about power analysis, including software, blog posts, instructional content, and recommendations.

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