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Prof. dr. Sible Andringa, together with team members I. Alferink (University of York, UK), E. Marsden (University of York, UK), and C. Bolibaugh (University of York, UK) was awarded a grant from the NWO Open Science Fund 2023. The title of the project is "Opening Up Research Findings In Applied Linguistics: Consolidating And Extending OASIS".

Opening Up Research Findings In Applied Linguistics: Consolidating And Extending OASIS

Prof. dr. S.J. Andringa - University of Amsterdam

Team members:

  • I. Alferink (University of York, UK),
  • E. Marsden (University of York, UK),
  • C. Bolibaugh (University of York, UK)

OASIS is an open database of non-technical summaries of high-quality research that is continuously fed by key Applied Linguistics journals that have incorporated accessible summary production in their publication routines. By establishing a culture of systematic production and dissemination of accessible summaries, research becomes physically and, most importantly, conceptually available to teachers, teacher educators, language programme designers, test designers, city counsellors responsible for education and equality, and caregivers. To strengthen its position, this project will 1) document evidence of OASIS’ impact; 2) improve the reach to stakeholders; 3)  increase the number of participating journals; and 4) obtain structural financial support.

Prof. S.J. (Sible) Andringa

Faculty of Humanities

About the Open Science Fund 2023

The Open Science Fund 2023 grants of a maximum of €50,000 are intended to support projects specifically designed to implement and stimulate open-science practices. NWO wants to stimulate open science by incentivizing and rewarding researchers who are, or would like to be, at the forefront of this movement.