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kiley is talking about the importance of funding
rick: appreciate the progress that has been made, and how much we know
rick: there are some people who are great at navigating funding calls, we need to get them involved
challenge is reviewers get conflicted out
so people who know/care are conflicted out. challenging paradox!
Elena: comment on how to increase participation. think about undergraduates
undergrads often don't have technical background and express reluctance to try
Thanks for the live feed, Heidi. I can hear the panelists very well, but not the audience!
and institutions resist testing new/open platforms (e.g., teach SPSS instead of R)
Casey: we're applying for funding for summer school
virtual inclusive training for methods
I have a comment
Related is the Collaborative Replication and Education Project: https://osf.io/wfc6u/Open large-scale collaboration for undergraduate methods courses
Brandon: Q about how to incentivize this for grad students (esp. wrt speed)
rick: some hiring committees are making open science a requirement
Rick's hiring committee is having candidates comment on open science
Casey: in his department, there have been discussions about candidates being good team players and “open science citizens"
Martha: things that senior people can do to change process, students and ECRs can lobby to emphasize importance of their work within collaborative projects
Kiley: prosthyletizing at all levels is important
I'd like to chime in too, Heidi :)
Mark: what is our target scale for collaborative science?
Casey: even though we're talking about big team science today, he's also had amazing "little team science" experiences
Kiley: we can take what we learn in big collaborations to our own individual work
rick: size is least important. robustness, rigorousness, etc are most important
Thanks so much everyone!