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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 theirdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3746017 fatcat:mnbfxjkjkvbn7eudxyzk3fkrr4