Open practice in science and education – a discussion with researchers and educators who tested to be open [report]

Tamara Heck, Ina Blümel, Sigrid Fahrer, David Lohner, Jürgen Schneider, Linda Visser
2020 Zenodo  
How can we make the shift from closed to open practice in research and education? What are incentives for researchers to apply open science and open educational practices, and what hinders them to do so? The OPER study (Open Practices of Educational Researchers), funded by the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science, investigates those questions. Study participants chose open scenarios for their daily research or teaching practices and tested them for six to 12 month. They wrote down their
more » ... te down their experiences with and opinions on open practices in dairies. The starting workshop was held in April 2019 with the first round of participants. First discussions on relevant topics were collected in Wikiversity and online pads. - GERMAN VERSION - Wie können offene Praktiken im Lehr- und Forschungsalltag umgesetzt werden? Was sind die Anreize, offene Wissenschaft und offene Lehre zu praktizieren, und was hält uns davon ab? Die vom Leibniz-Forschungsverbund Open Science geförderte OPER-Studie (Open Practices of Educational Researchers) wollte dies herausfinden und ließ Bildungsforscher*innen offene Praktiken während eines Zeitraums von 6 bis 12 Monaten in unterschiedlichen Anwendungsfällen testen. Ihre Erfahrungen und Meinungen hielten sie in Tagebucheinträgen fest.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3746017 fatcat:mnbfxjkjkvbn7eudxyzk3fkrr4