Enabling Open Science in Special Education Research - September 27-28, 2018

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Description: This project contains agendas, materials, and working docs from a meeting of editors, funders, and practitioners from within the special education research community.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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Enabling Transparency in Special Education Research # Agenda and Working Groups (PDF) List of working groups members Notes and Working Docs for Each Group Data, Materials, and Code Transparency osf.io/ns2jh/ Bias Reduction Working Group osf.io/zn8fk/ Reporting Guidelines Working Group osf.io/8zhbc/ Transparency in Peer Review, Preprints osf.io/xnjp6/ Incentives for Transparency Working Group ...

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  • Promoting Open Science to Increase the Trustworthiness of Evidence in Special Education

    Scientific evidence should guide the selection of practice for individuals with disabilities. Scientific evidence, however, must be trustworthy to mov...

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  • Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines

    The Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Committee met in November 2014 to address one important element of the incentive systems - journals’ pro...

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  • Open Science Resources in Special Education

    A repository for open science news and other resources for the Special Education community.

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