4.5 Reflecting on your own Research

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Activity 19: Reflecting on Open (45-60 minutes)

In this last activity of the course, we invite you to reflect about how open you have been when conducting research in the past, how open you are now and how open you can be in the future. If you’d like, be creative about the tool you use and about who you do your reflection with. When you are ready, share your reflection with us by posting a link to it in this GoogleDoc. If you prefer, you can answer the questions below via an online form. Online form contributions can be viewed on the second tab of the Google Doc.

Here are some questions to help your reflection:

  • How open were you when conducting research before you started this course?
  • What parts of your research, if any, did you share openly?
  • What do you think works well for you about doing open research?
  • What do you think might not work so well for you?
  • What are you going to do to be a (more) open researcher in the future?
  • How are you going to change your practice? What would you plan differently in the future as a result of having done this course?

Please note that contributions submitted via Google forms can be viewed by anyone (e.g. they are public) and you may wish to use a moniker.


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