The Institute for Replication works to develop, promote and provide access to educational material on replication and open science.
If you want to teach an undergraduate or graduate course including a reproduction or replication module, please reach out to us and we would be happy to provide support!
- Platform: Our collaborators at the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Scicences (BITSS) are excited to announce the launch of the Social Science Reproduction Platform (SSRP), a resource for systematically conducting and recording reproductions of published social science research. The SSRP can be easily incorporated as a module in applied social science courses at graduate and undergraduate levels, allowing students to learn about fundamental concepts, research methods, and tools for reproducible research. You can learn more about the SSRP in this blog post.
- Framework: The Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT) provide a pedagogical infrastructure designed to recognize and support the teaching and mentoring of open and reproducible science tenets.
- Guide/Textbook: Collaborators at BITSS developed a guide for instructors with tips and resources for teaching and grading. They also have a 5-week massive open online course (MOOC). Links to the videos and learning materials (avec sous-titres en français) are available here.
- Guide/Textbook: Uses real-world social data sets related to the COVID-19 pandemic to provide an accessible introduction to open, reproducible, and ethical data analysis: Reproducible Data Science.
- App: Cool app that helps econ students find papers to replicate for their Bachelor or Master Thesis: Find Economic Articles with Data.
- Course/Syllabi: Files for a teaching module developed by the Policy Design and Evaluation Lab (PDEL) at UCSD.
- Course/Syllabi: List of available syllabi for method courses examining open science and reproducibility.
- Discussion: Summary of a proposal for students to replicate studies as part of their coursework in experimental methods co-written by Michael C. Frank and Rebeccas Saxe available here.
- Discussion: Practical tips and reflections for teachers who consider incorporating replication in their courses. Authors: Dragana Stojmenovska, Thijs Bol and Thomas Leopold. Article here.
- Discussion: Jan H. Hoeffler offers some insights on replication in economics in this discussion paper.
- Discussion: Nicole Janz discusses how to bring replication into the classroom in this article.
- Workshop: Workshop files for teaching replication in the social sciences.
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