Teaching and Learning Zone: Open source methods
Our commitment to Open Science and information to help you plan, write up and disseminate your work in line with Open Science principles and approaches
About Open Science
To find out more about our institutional commitment to open science, please see the written submission to the parliamentary inquiry on Reproducibility and Research Integrity, which includes two co-authors from our team, Prof John Drury and Prof Zoltan Dienes.
Prof Dienes is also a leading advocate of Registered Reports and co-founder of Peer Community in Registered Reports (PCIRR). You can read more about PCIRR in his blog post and about Registered Reports in his forthcoming paper (see below).
- Reproducibility & Registered Reports
Stewart, S. R., Pennington, C. R., Silva, G. F. A., Ballou, N., Butler, J., Dienes, Z., Jay, C., Rossit, S., & Samara, A. (2021). Reforms to improve reproducibility and quality must be coordinated across the research ecosystem: The view from the UKRN Local Network Leads. BMC Research Notes,15(1), 1–5.
Dienes, Z. (forthcoming). The inner workings of Registered Reports. In A. L. Nichols & J. E. Edlund (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Research Methods and Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/yhp2a
- Open & Reproducible Methods
If you are new to Open Science, the terms and jargon can be confusing. This community-sourced glossary of Open Science terms, co-authored by Jenny Terry, provides a useful guide to help get you started.