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2022 Unconference on Open Scholarship Practices in Education Research  /

Affiliated institutions: Center For Open Science

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Description: One avenue to promote open science through teaching is by carefully selecting instructional materials that 1) are available through open-access sources, 2) provide current depictions of views in the field, and 3) emphasize the importance of replication in research. In this session, we will discuss pathways and compile resources to promote open science through careful selection of instructional materials. This two-hour session will include discussions among participants, brief presentations and demos, and crowdsourcing open science materials and resources for attendees to use in the future. We hope that attendees walk away with more information about the value in using open instructional materials as an avenue for promoting open science as well as resources to reconstruct their own syllabi and course materials in the future.

License: CC0 1.0 Universal


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