SIOP/CARMA Open Science Virtual Summer Series - Consortium for the...

SIOP/CARMA Open Science Virtual Summer Series – No Registration Fee! (May 19, May 26, June 2, June 9, and June 16)

The overall focus of the workshop series is to introduce and teach attendees about open science practices that are widely believed to help researchers produce studies that are better planned and understood by all collaborators involved; more transparent and reproducible; and more accessible, useful, and impactful to the research and practice communities interested in the research. The virtual workshops will be hosted via CARMA’s resources (i.e., Zoom), and attendees can choose to attend any or all virtual workshops.

By attending the summer series, you will learn critical principles and how-tos of open science practices that can be introduced into your research pipeline as well as learn about the perspectives of journal editors and associate editors hoping to encourage open science practices and enhance the robustness of our work (e.g., Lillian Eby of the Journal of Applied Psychology, Steven Rogelberg of the Journal of Business and Psychology).

Schedule of Workshop Topics and Panel Presentations Sessions will begin at 10 AM ET and go till 4:30 PM ET.

Wednesday, May 19 Workshop 1: (a) What is open science?, (b) Accelerating robust research in the organizational sciences

Panelists: Scott Highhouse (Journal of Personnel Assessment and Decisions), Andrew Timming (Human Resource Management Journal), Mo Wang (Work, Aging and Retirement)

Wednesday, May 26 Workshop 2 : (a) What is the Open Science Framework?, (b) An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure: The various forms of pre-registering research

Panelists: John Antonakis (Leadership Quarterly), Maryam Kouchaki (Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes), Lucy Gilson (Group & Organization Management), Cornelius Konig (International Journal of Selection and Assessment)

Wednesday, June 2 Workshop 3: (a) An open science workflow template and (b) Reviewing with open science in mind (e.g., are findings reported transparently and in a reproducible manner?; not all results need to be significant for science to move forward; also how to review in a results-blind manner, consulting pre-registrations; reviewing registered reports)

Panelists: Lillian Eby (Journal of Applied Psychology), Nadya A. Fouad (Journal of Vocational Behavior), Jonas W. B. Lang (Journal of Personnel Psychology)

Wednesday, June 9 Workshop 4: (a): The many ways of ensuring analytic reproducibility: From open code, to open data, to full computational reproducibility; (b) Promoting open science and replication work

Panelists: Paul Bliese (Organizational Research Methods), Berrin Erdogan (Personnel Psychology), Nikolaou Ioannis (International Journal of Selection and Assessment)

Wednesday, June 16 Workshop 5: (a) How to have better conversations when making authorship decisions; (b) Transparency and openness guidelines, preprints, and our publishing model

Panelists: Steven Rogelberg (Journal of Business & Psychology), Christian Resick (Journal of Organizational Behavior), Ingo Zettler (Journal of Personnel Psychology)

This seems really comprehensive for free workshops!

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Gavin thanks for posting Yes this is very interesting but,… its not open for submissions!! Please share open calls for contributions in this space

Yeah, this seems to be more similar to a graduate course on Open Science than a participant-driven series.

@paoladm have you looked at submitting something to Metascience 2021, it sounds like that is what you are looking for: