Open Science: Friend, Foe, or Something Else?

Wednesday, March 08, 2023 - 12:10 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Dimond Library 421

Open Science is a set of practices to make research more transparent, reproducible, equitable, and collaborative by increasing accessibility and reusability of research outputs. Open Science, also referred to as Open Research or Open Scholarship, is relevant across all disciplines. Open Science practices can be implemented throughout the research lifecycle, from sharing data, code, and methods to open access publishing to citizen science. In this Spring 2023 workshop series we will celebrate the federal Year of Open Science.

This workshop will provide an overview of what open science is, how it relates to the changing funding policy landscape, the range of open science practices that researcher can engage with, and potential benefits and barriers to practicing Open Science. 

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Contact Info
Simpson, Julie