BITSS isn’t the only organization offering support to researchers, practitioners, and policymakers looking to advance research transparency and reproducibility. And we want you to have access to as many open science opportunities as possible! Here you can find external opportunities for funding, collaboration, and ways for you to exercise your open science muscles.
The Wellcome Trust is accepting concept notes for “Research on Research” from investigators from the UK, Ireland, and Low and Middle Income Countries.
Deadline to submit: May 30, 2018
The Review of Development Finance is accepting replication studies for a series of special issues. These studies will also be tagged on Science Direct to facilitate searchability.
Deadline to submit: May 31, 2018
Data Carpentry has released curricular materials for social scientists that uses a real interview dataset from the SAFI Project. They’ve requested feedback from social scientists and extended an invitation to support a pilot workshop in Davis, CA June 27-28, 2018.
Deadline to register for CarpentryCon West: June 15, 2018
The Journal of Development Economics (JDE) now offers authors the opportunity to submit empirical research designs for review and approval before the results of the study are known. The pre-results review track is designed to award well-designed and well-executed studies regardless of whether their empirical results yield clear interpretations.
An open access, interdisciplinary archive of scholarly works focused on meta-science and improving research transparency and reproducibility.
The Open Science MOOC project is developing its curriculum and is considering recommendations from you! See what’s brewing and make suggestions here.