At diversity and inclusion hackathon at SIPS 2018, a group of us began discussing ways to foster a more diverse and inclusive open science movement. During the discussion, we wondered how diverse the movement currently is (and along which dimensions of diversity) and wondered what barriers were preventing people from getting more involved.
We decided that it would be wise to conduct a survey of current SIPS members. The purpose of the survey is to hear peoples' "open science stories"--what first interested them, what was easy and difficult about getting involved, etc. From there, we can better understand who is currently involved and what potential barriers to entry are. We hope to use the survey to showcase the diversity within open science and highlight places where we lack diversity--ultimately to provide recommendations for efforts to broaden participation.
The first draft of this survey was created on Qualtrics and the .qsf is located on this OSF page.
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