|Title of host publication||The Concise Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics|
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 28 Dec 2018|
The Open Science (OS) movement embodies major shifts in research practices, from initial design, through peer review, to dissemination of findings. Whilst its ultimate aim is to make the entire research process freely accessible to all, OS encompasses a wide range of practices on a continuum of openness that are being adopted to different extents across different disciplines and sub-domains within applied linguistics. The current article describes these practices and their driving forces, and examines the extent to which OS practices are established in the field of Applied Linguistics and considers some of the (potential) benefits and challenges of OS.
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- second language learning
- research methods