The postdoc workshop 2021 is to take place as an in-person event. Due to the uncertain course of the corona pandemic, the exact date will probably be announced at the end of January/beginning of February.
This is a hands-on workshop on Open Science. The workshop introduces the idea of using Open Science from perspectives of philosophy of science, incentives and situational determinants, introducing a balanced view on the role of Open Science in contemporary scientific work. We then address practical solutions for integrating Open Science in our own scientific contributions, exploring possibilities from pre-registering empirical work to sharing data and materials, using open soft- and hardware to publishing openly and using openly accessible educational materials.
By the end of the course, participants will have considered practical and philosophical perspectives on Open Science, and will be familiar with application-ready knowledge about tools and techniques to use Open Science practices in their own work throughout the research cycle.
Participants are requested to bring a laptop that can be connected to the internet to be able to participate in the practical aspects of the workshop.
Rima-Maria Rahal is a decision making researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn. She works on developing the use of physiological measures in social, ethical and legal decision-making contexts. She is a former fellow of the Fellowship Freies Wissen, where she developed an open online course on the methodological basics of scientific experimentation, incorporating open science practices. Advancing the use of open educational resources and of open science in empirical research are her core interests in Open.