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**HACKATHON STATUS AND LINKS** If you want to launch another hackathon and need space, email Jack Arnal ( -------- **Action campaign for journals adopting transparency policies**, Coordinators: David Mellor [, @EvoMellor], Matt Spitzer [], Alex DeHaven [] LOCATION: Lewis and Clark, until 11 AM, in COS main office after 11 AM CURRENT STATUS: 119 Journals have been evaluated based on the TOP Guidelines framework. - Summary results are [here][1]. - Ongoing evaluation of additional journals. Beginning outreach to journal editors. - Want to get involved? - Scoring instructions are [here][2]. - Feel free to add journals to be evaluated [here][3]. - Outreach instructions are [here][4]. MATERIALS/DOCUMENTATION: [][5] --------- **Syllabus design for research methods courses**, Coordinators: Dan Simons, Michele Nuijten, John Sakaluk. LOCATION: 1. The James Monroe Room (Sunday) 2. Ashlawn-Highlands (Monday) CURRENT STATUS: We are dividing 6 additional modules and adding demos and assignments to existing modules. Teachers are encouraged to join to convert their syllabi into modules. MATERIALS/DOCUMENTATION: [][6] ---------- **Forming a new journal**, Coordinators: Brian Nosek [], Bobbie Spellman, Liz Page-Gould. LOCATION: Monday in COS Bukas. Teams have a framework of requirements and are digging into specific journal features for the morning. CURRENT STATUS: [Working document][7] MATERIALS/DOCUMENTATION: [Original proposal][8] ---------- **Resources for changing culture in depts/university**, Coordinators: Morton Gernsbacher, Simine Vazire. LOCATION: Ashlawn-Highlands CURRENT STATUS: Forming MATERIALS/DOCUMENTATION: [][9] ---------- **Making open science more diverse and inclusive**, Coordinators: Sanjay Srivastava, Neil Lewis, Jr. LOCATION: Lewis & Clark CURRENT STATUS: We have identified several sub-projects that smaller groups are working on. Please come join us if you want to work on any of these! * Creating a member demographic assessment tool for SIPS * A "what can open science do for you?" document (or other communication) for diverse audiences * Resources and best practices for running a diverse lab as a PI * Media and messaging for open science * Making open science methods and practices more diverse / work better for diversity (see our materials/documentation page for more details) MATERIALS/DOCUMENTATION: []( ------------ **Adopting TOP guidelines for ECRs** In order to activate the discussion of openness for ECRs, the TOP-guidelines can be reshaped to address individual researchers. That way, supervisors can activate thinking for ECRs without knowledge of this (but not forcing to be open) and ECRs who want to be open can start the discussion with their supervisors. More discussion is more better :-) MATERIALS/DOCUMENTATION [Google doc]( [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]:
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