Mini course on reproducibility & open research
This mini course was designed to introduce Psychology undergraduate students at the University of Edinburgh (who are working on their dissertation in the academic year 2021-2022) to open research principles and practices. The course contains 5 videos introducing several core principles of reproducible working which we clustered into the Three T’s: Think before you do (about principles of pre-registration), Trace your steps (about detailed record-keeping and version control) and Be Transparent (about adopting a transparent working style and why this is important).
The videos were created by Dr. Alex Mitchell (Teaching Fellow in Psychology, University of Edinburgh), Niamh MacSweeney (PhD student at the University of Edinburgh & co-organiser Edinburgh ReproducibiliTea) and Laura Klinkhamer (PhD student at the University of Edinburgh & co-organiser Edinburgh ReproducibiliTea).
Link to resource: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLo1sDp2zqD4Rl9AQblQBMQrVblZfEfHcJ
Type of resources: Lecture
Education level(s): College / Upper Division (Undergraduates)
Primary user(s): Student
Subject area(s): Social Science