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 Network for International Collaborative Exchange
Posted by: Jill Norvilitis
Title/Position: Professor
School/Organization: SUNY Buffalo State
Sent to listserv of: SESP, SPSSI
Date posted: November 27th, 2017


I would like to invite members of the Social Psychology Network to participate in Psi Chi's Network for International Collaborative Exchange (NICE; https://osf.io/juupx/).

In order to facilitate cross-cultural research amongst Psi Chi members and other researchers both nationally and internationally, NICE will consist of two layers: NICE:Connect and NICE:Crowd. The NICE:Connect layer will engage contributors in site to site research collaborations and connections by using Study Swap (https://osf.io/6dz8w/), a platform for interlab replication, collaboration, and research resource exchange. We simply ask that any contributors wishing to participate in NICE, put NICE in the title of their StudySwap posts.

The NICE:Crowd layer will include a short list of research questions, with the goal of generating data from many locations using the same research protocol. We invite researchers to propose research questions using the Center for Open Science Preregistration Template and shared with us using the Open Science Framework (OSF). The NICE planning committee will select those which are rated as most feasible with the best potential impact. The Open Science Framework (OSF) is an open source web application that connects and supports the research workflow, supporting collaboration across many locations. Instructions and further details can be found here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VERcpFyCE-WZQZZrECa5zxSjfYe0RndRqbp2L-39-zA/edit

NICE is an amazing tool for conducting, and participating in just, sustainable, and diverse research, and we hope you consider participating!

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact
Kelly Cuccolo, chair: kelly.cuccolo@und.edu




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