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Workshop OpenSesame

Open-source experiment builders have become increasingly popular among researchers and students at the FSW. With especially OpenSesame proving a viable alternative to E-Prime for many, and being supported by SOLO.

Target group
Postdoctoral researcher
PhD candidate
Training course

This workshop is ONLY open to Education and Child Studies and Psychology staff members.

Partly in response, the Experimentation course for Research Master's students will be switching from E-Prime to OpenSesame in the next academic year. While E-Prime will remain available and will continue to be supported by SOLO, we want to help staff members who are interested to gain some familiarity with OpenSesame.

Therefore, SOLO is organising this 2-day workshop hosted by the developers of OpenSesame themselves. The workshop will consist of a structured introduction for beginners on the first day (no prior knowledge needed!), and address more advanced topics and questions on the second.


  • Thursday 19 May 2022: Introduction to OpenSesame
  • Friday 20 May 2022: Advanced topics and questions


There are limited available spaces, which will be divided between Psychology and Education and Child Studies staff members, and be filled on a first-come-first-serve basis. So make sure to sign up quickly if you wish to join! For those that cannot join in May there will be another opportunity after the summer (exact date to be determined).

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