Open Office Hours

The purpose of the Open Office Hour is to provide an accessible online version of the traditional university office hour, in which our research partners hold a brief informal discussion on a topic within their expertise and take questions regarding that topic.

Our Open Office Hours are hosted online using Zoom, and are free for anyone to attend. Wherever possible, we will record videos and make them available following the meeting. You can find materials for past Office Hours here, or on the Open Science Framework: https://osf.io/cqa2e/

How to access:  Although we wish to keep Open Office Hours as open as possible, it has become clear that we must also implement additional security measures to protect our events and those who choose to participate in them. Going forward, we will ask that participants enter a password in order to join an Open Office Hour. We will send those passwords and Zoom meeting links to you by email.

If you would like to be included on our Open Office Hour mailing list, please sign up here: Open Office Hours Sign-Up Form

Upcoming Office Hours

Introduction to Bayesian Inference
Date: June 2, 2020
Time: 12:00pm EDT (GMT -4)
Host: Noam Siegelman, Haskins Laboratories

Ethics at a Distance: Challenges and Opportunities
Date: June 9, 2020
Time: 12:00pm EDT (GMT -4)
Host: Eva Kehayia & Anik Nolet, McGill University

Past Office Hours

Collaborative Remote Research with Gitlab and PsychoPy3
Date: May 12, 2020
Time: 12:00pm EDT (GMT -4)
Host: Jordan Gallant, Brock University
Video: OSF
Accompanying video tutorials: YouTube

Using online databases
Date: April 21, 2020
Time: 12:00 EDT (GMT -4)
Host: Victor Kuperman, McMaster University
Video: OSF

Data wrangling in R
Date: April 14, 2020
Time: 12:00 EDT (GMT -4)
Host: Pablo Gomez, CSUSB
Video: OSF

Running chronometric experiments in PsychoPy3
Original Date: March 31, 2020
Host: Jordan Gallant, Brock University
Video: YouTube
More information: http://wordsintheworld.ca/home/open-office-hours/running-chronometric-experiments-online-using-psychopy3/

Non-chronometric psycholinguistic experiments in Mechanical Turk (Part 2)
Original Date: March 27, 2020
Host: Victor Kuperman, McMaster University
Video: YouTube, OSF

How to collect psycholinguistic data from home: Introduction to crowdsourcing tools
Original Date: March 24, 2020
Host: Victor Kuperman, McMaster University
Video: YouTube, OSF

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