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This survey explores attitudes towards open research practices across the University of Leeds, including the sharing of data, code and materials, study preregistration and related activities, to ensure the efficiency, reliability and reproducibility of research. It is conducted in coordination with the University Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation, Nick Plant, and the Leeds section of the UK Reproducibility Network, Eike Mark Rinke, and will feed into an Open Research strategy for the University.

We would like input from research staff and students from all career levels as well as professional services and support staff. Whether or not you are aware of such practices, experienced in using them, or even deem them to be necessary, your opinion is vital.

Your answers to the survey will be anonymous unless you want to participate in further studies on open research. You will be invited to share your contact details at the end of the survey. This is entirely voluntary.

You can exit the survey at any point by closing your browser. Your answers will not be recorded until you finish it.

Preliminary results will be shared at an online event on Friday 23nd October and as a subsequent report.

All staff and students are welcome to join the event. Book your place here: Beyond open access: how, why and what's next for open research at Leeds?

This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

By checking the consent box in this survey, you agree to participate in this research process and to the collation of the information outlined above. Participants have the right to withdraw from participation at any point. Required