“Best Practices in Reproducible Research (Qualitative Methods)” Sebastian Karcher, Syracuse University
ISPS POLICY-RELATED SKILLS TRAINING
This workshop focuses on the importance of considering transparency in qualitative research. It discusses research transparency as a shared goal of different research approaches and relates it to reproducibility and replicability. During this workshop, we will cover a range of different approaches to research transparency for qualitative data, and consider how they relate to different types of qualitative research and different parts of the research process. The session is being presented by Sebastian Karcher, Associate Director of the Qualitative Data Repository and Research Assistant Professor of Political Science at Syracuse University. He has published widely on approaches to transparency and data sharing in qualitative research.
Sebastian Karcher is the Associate Director of the Qualitative Data Repository and Research Assistant Professor of Political Science at Syracuse University. His main interests are in research transparency, management and curation of qualitative data, and the integration of technology into scholarly workflows. He is an active contributor to several scholarly open source projects, including Zotero and the Citation Style Language, and has taught widely on digital technology and data management. Sebastian’s work has been published widely in social science journals such as International Studies Quarterly and Socio-Economic Review as well as information science journals such as Nature Scientific Data and Data Science Journal. His work has been supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS), and the Sloan Foundation.
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This is part of a series of workshops for ISPS-affiliated students and other Yale students who are interested in public policy.