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You can help us by sharing scholarly norms, opportunities, and challenges when addressing transparency concerns within your research community/ies. What does transparency ideally and practically entail for scholarship in your research community/ies? What is expected of researchers who are addressing transparency concerns within your community/ies?
Some contributors have already begun articulating what transparency means for specific research approaches, but there is much more to be said. Any and all input is much appreciated.