1 pm : 3 pm UvA REC A1.03 Rewarding Quality Research Instead of Significant Results Registered Reports are a cornerstone of open science; they help us refocus on good theory, scientific relevance and robust methods, instead of “sexy” and significant results. In this open Good Research Practices lecture, organized by the Open Science Community Amsterdam … Continue reading A Lecture on Registered Reports by Chris Chambers – December 13th 2019
4 pm : 5 pm REC G 2.01 Online, you can find loads of free videos, lectures and complete courses on Open Science topics. However, watching them alone and thinking about them by yourself can be lonely and boring. That’s why we have organized our first Open Science Movie night! We will be watching two … Continue reading Open Science Movie Night – November 20th 2019
By: Myrthe Veenman In September, Iris and I started participating in the Create a Course Challenge at the University of Amsterdam (UvA). The goal of this challenge is to create an interdisciplinary course that you think should be taught at the UvA. The winner of the challenge gets the chance to actually develop the course. … Continue reading Science, Open Up! An Interdisciplinary Course
by Maike Dahrendorf Last month, BITSS – the Berkley Institute for Transparency in Social Sciences – held its annual Research Transparency and Reproducibility Training (RT2) in Washington D.C. To some surprise, I found myself among the forty-or-so participants walking into a meeting room on a Wednesday morning. Fueled with coffee and pastries, all of us … Continue reading A Week of Open Science – The RT2
5 pm : 6 pm UvA REC G S.09 On October 10th, we will organize an introduction lecture to Open Science. In this lecture, we will tell you more about the reproducibility crisis and present solutions offered by the Open Science movement. Most important, we will discuss why this all is important for students. For … Continue reading Lecture: An Introduction to Open Science – October 10th 2019
How different areas in psychology implement Open Science By Sandra Geiger To celebrate our first SIOS semester and the end of the academic year, we organized a panel discussion on June 20th, 2019. In this panel discussion, we discussed how various psychological fields implement Open Science. We invited four guest speakers from various departments at … Continue reading SIOS Panel Discussion: Open Science Put to Practice
6 pm – 7 pm UvA REC G S.11 On September 16th we organize an introduction meeting at the University of Amsterdam. In this meeting, we will tell more about our initiative, and elaborate the different teams and their tasks. Hopefully, we will make some of you excited to join SIOS!
20th June 2019 On June 20th, we organized our first panel discussion. Angelika Stefan, Sascha Duken, Suzanne Hoogeveen, and Adam Finneman told us about Open Science in their department. We could have discussed much longer. Thank you for coming to our last event of the semester. We hope to see you at our events next … Continue reading Our First Panel Discussion
6th June 2019 On June 6th we held our third lecture already. Eric-Jan Wagenmakers gave a great talk about the limitations of the p-value, and introduced us to Bayesian inference using JASP. Thank you for coming. We hope to see you at our last event of this semester!
17th April 2019 On April 17th we organized our second lecture. The room was packed (we needed to get extra chairs)! Alexandra Sarafoglou explained the difference between Confirmatory and Exploratory analysis, and gave students advice on how to apply Open Science practices in their own projects. Thank you for coming and we hope to see … Continue reading Our Second Talk