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Opportunities in Open Science

Call for papers on open science in Prevention Science

Prevention Science, the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research, invites you to submit a letter of intent to prepare a manuscript for consideration in a forthcoming special issue entitled, “Transparency, Openness, and Reproducibility: Implications for the Field of Prevention Science”. Letter of intent submissions are due May 1, 2020 (updated from April 1, 2020) and full manuscripts on Sep. 1, 2020. Learn more in the Call for Papers.

Call for Papers: Registered Reports at the JDE

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. Find author resources and learn more at jde-preresultsreview.org. Submit anytime!

Call for Papers: Results-blind Review at JJPS

The Japanese Journal of Political Science (JJPS) invites submission for results-blind review. Authors can submit pre-registered experiments before or after data are collected. Learn more in the Instructions for Authors.

MetaArXiv

Maintained by BITSS, MetaArXiv is an open access, interdisciplinary archive of scholarly works focused on meta-science and improving research transparency and reproducibility. Submit anytime!

Open Science MOOC

The Open Science MOOC project is developing its curriculum and is considering recommendations from you! See what’s brewing and make suggestions here.

Open Science Community at Berkeley

BITSS is part of the Open Science Community at Berkeley, a growing community at University of California, Berkeley. Interested to join? Take part in the discussion on our Google Group or email Sam Teplitzky