A reality check on research reproducibility in Open Science students’ projects

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https://doi.org/10.15460/apimagazin.2023.4.2.144

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Open Science, Reproducibility, Research Studies, Student’s Projects, Research Data Management, Teaching

Abstract

Open Science as the foundation of transparent and reproducible science is increasingly being incorporated into curricula. We argue that Open Science education is predestined not to be taught in classical lectures, but to be experienced first-hand as reproduction studies in student projects. The case study of a successful Master’s module is presented from three perspectives: the lecturers’, the students’ and the researchers’ whose published study was reproduced. This illustrates that attempting to reproduce a published study is a very vivid and sustainable learning experience that naturally incorporates many Open Science topics, and that the students’ work contributes to increasing the number of reproduced studies and ensuring the quality of the published body of scientific knowledge.

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Erhalten

2023-04-21

Akzeptiert

2023-05-25

Veröffentlicht

2023-06-29

Zitationsvorschlag

Frick, C., Blümm, M., Randall, N., Küçük, B., & Bailey, D. (2023). A reality check on research reproducibility in Open Science students’ projects. API Magazin, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.15460/apimagazin.2023.4.2.144