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Open Science Conversations Collective Reflections

In response to our community’s interest, in March 2024 we prepared a series of conversations to reflect on various topics related to Open Science. The aim was to collectively understand how we learn, apply, and what implications Open Science has for our region.

Contributing to the discussion on the decolonization of health research

This post seeks to summarize the collaboration with the QUEST Center for Responsible Research.

Creating Genuine Connections and Cultivating a Culture of Well-being in Team Events, Both In-Person and Virtual

At MetaDocencia we actively work to ensure that the management of work teams secures our well-being value. We seek to make well-being guide personnel management. In this post, we are going to share how we accomplish this.

Exploring NASA-TOPS in Community: The “Ethos” of Open Science

Reflections that expand on what we have learned about the “Ethos” of Open Science.

Tips for getting invited to write for an academic journal

In this post, we give you some tips to get noticed by editors eager to publish your ideas.

2023 Report

In this report, we would like to share data about all we have done in the past year, and highlight that it was possible due to the support, exchange, and collaboration of our entire community.

Generative AI poses ethical challenges to Open Science, a comment for Nature Human Behaviour

In this post, we present our latest academic publication, together with colleagues from the University of the Republic of Uruguay, on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Open Science.

Spaces for Growth: Learning How to Give and Receive Positive Feedback

Aware of the importance of holding spaces that nurture personal and collective growth and development, in 2022 MetaDocencia created the MEC survey, an acronym derived from the Spanish expression for MetaDocencia Spaces for Growth.

The team gets bigger!

In September, three people joined the team (yes, 3!) after an open call for a project coordinator.

Artificial Intelligence and Education: More Questions Than Answers [Updated]

We share many questions that we recommend you ask yourself when you see AI applied to Education.