Notice: Most lectures are held in German!
The scientific research community, its funders, and the public are all calling for science to be more accessible, that is, for Open Science!
Yet this important topic has not become established in the curricula of universities and graduate programs. In our virtual event program, "Practices and Tools of Open Science," we would like to theoretically explore this topic, present practical options for implementing open science, and share methodological insights in a series of brief workshops.
The series is conducted online via Zoom. The events will be held mostly in German. Everyone is invited to attend and participation is free of charge.
However, a short registration for the events via a Google form is required. The Zoom link will then be sent the evening before each event. You can register by selecting an event in the table below. Under Formalities you will find the registration link a few weeks before the event.
For some events previous knowledge in R is advantageous. A basic introductory course is already available in the ZPID media library: Crash Course R
Unless otherwise requested by the speakers, the events will be recorded and made available a few weeks later. Go directly to all previously published videos in the media center here.
All resources from the past PTOS series (videos & event materials) can also be found in PsychArchives: https://tinyurl.com/t3nctukk
An overview of all events of the first series can be found here: Previous events
|Studienplanung / -design und Erhebungsinstrumente|
|03.05.2023||Experimente mit PsychoPy||Nicole Bössel||Talk|
|17.05.2023||Simulation-based power analyses in (generalized) linear mixed models||Levi Kumle||Workshop|
|31.05.2023||Fallstricke bei Selbstberichten und Lösungsansätze||Christian Blötner & David Grüning||Demonstration|
|Forschung und Lehre zu Open Science|
|14.06.2023||Einführung in Meta-Science||Maximilian Frank||Talk|
|28.06.2023||Open Science in der Lehre||Johanna Gereke, Anne-Sophie Waag||Talk with discussion|
|26..07.2023||Open Science-Zukunft diskutieren: Ein interaktives Format zu dringenden Fragen||Susann Fiedler||Diskussion|
|Advanced Data Analysis and Programming|
|04.10.2023||A practical introduction to Bayesian Statistics||Jure Demsar||Workshop|
ZPID is the supra-regional infrastructure institute for psychology and sees itself as a public open science institute for psychology. It supports the entire scientific work process from literature search and study planning to data collection and analysis, documentation, archiving and publication of results.
The PsyFaKo represents the interests of psychology students in German-speaking countries. Its Open Science working group aims to promote the shift towards open and transparent science in psychology, to inform students about Open Science, and to promote the dissemination of these topics in academic teaching.
The organizing team for this series includes:
- Tanja Burgard, acting head of the Research Syntheses research area at ZPID.
- Stefanie Müller, head of the infrastructure area of study planning, data collection and data analysis at ZPID
- Maximilian Frank, OOpen Science AG of the PsyFaKo
- David Grüning, Open Science AG of the PsyFaKo