Qualitative Differences: Continuing the Conversation on Open Science Practices for Qualitative Research with Rachel Renbarger, Sondra Stegenga, Crystal Steltenpohl & Thomas Lösch
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Description: Education research, similar to other fields, has seen an increase in the attention paid to open science practices thanks to issues with replicability and quality of the research. However, most of the attention has been focused on open science practices for quantitative research, such as open analytical syntax and a priori power analyses, that often do not apply to qualitative research or look very different in qualitative contexts. Our objectives for this session are to a) bring researchers familiar with qualitative research, education research, and open science practices together; b) discuss new trends regarding open science in qualitative research; and c) critically review what has been done to move this work forward. At the end of the session, we will conclude by asking participants what they hope would be next in enabling qualitative researchers to engage in open science work.