Tübingen School of Education (TüSE)

Open (your) Science!

How to increase the quality and scope of research with open materials, preregistration, and design materials.

The "Open (your) Science!" event series aims to demonstrate how open research practices can increase the scope and quality of empirical social research. In an era where the phrases "open/permanent peer review," "replications crisis," "questionable research practices" and "redefinition of statistical significance" are on everyone's lips, the event series obviously has many challenges to tackle.

"Open (your) Science!" constructively addresses these developments in the science community by examining their contexts and by presenting tools and procedures for open science that can advance the quality and dissemination of research.

The event series is particularly targeted at graduate students and their supervisors, especially those who work quantitatively.

Details: Participation is free. We ask that you register beforehand by emailing tuenaprospam prevention@tuese.uni-tuebingen.de

The events can also be visited on an individual basis.

Sibylle Meissner
Geschäftsführung TüSE
E-Mail: Sibylle.Meissnerspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de
Tel.: 07071 - 29 76725

Jun. Prof. Dr. Samuel Merk
Abteilung Schulpädagogik
E-Mail: Samuel.Merkspam prevention@ife.uni-tuebingen.de
Tel.: 07071 - 29 76087

Veranstaltungen im Überblick:

Veranstaltung 1:

Open (your) Science! Notwendigkeit und Möglichkeiten offener empirischer Sozialforschung
Vortrag und anschließende Diskussion
Referent: Dr. Malte Elson (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
Termin: Montag, 26. März 2018; 15 – 17 Uhr
Ort: Festsaal, Alte Aula (Münzgasse 30, 72070 Tübingen)

Veranstaltung 2:

Präregistrierung von Forschungsarbeiten – Workshop mit hands-on Aktivität
Referent: Jun. Prof. Dr. Samuel Merk
Termin: Montag, 9. April 2018; 14 - 17 Uhr
Ort: Raum 606; Alte Aula (Münzgasse 30, 72070 Tübingen)

Veranstaltung 3:

Absence of Evidence or Evidence of Absence? Eine Einführung in die Bayes Factor Design Analysis – Workshop sowie Vortrag und anschließende Diskussion
Referent: Dr. Felix Schönbrodt (LMU München)
Termin: Donnerstag, 26. April 2018 (Workshop: 10:30-13:00 Uhr; Vortrag: 16:00 bis 17:30 Uhr)
Ort: Festsaal, Alte Aula (Münzgasse 30, 72070 Tübingen)