This multi-day workshop, sponsored by the Alliance to Advance Liberal Arts Colleges (AALAC), seeks to promote the teaching of open science, reproducibility, and replicability in the liberal arts. Teaching reproducibility and replicability is complementary to a liberal arts education: it challenges students to develop their writing, communication skills, and data/code literacy, and to critically apply ethics and sociology of science. We invite participation spanning scientific disciplines (social, natural, computational), career stage, and professional roles (faculty, librarians, or other staff supporting computational or quantitative research). We particularly encourage participation from experts in liberal arts education, science and technology studies, or the humanities who are interested in the role reproducibility and replicability may play in the liberal arts curriculum.