Concerns about the reproducibility and transparency of research have grown increasingly over the past decade. To counteract these concerns, open scholarship has emerged as a way in which researchers can make their work discoverable and available – while still receiving credit – at all stages of the research lifecycle. This session will discuss methods and tools designed to help you make your research products more open, including but not limited to pre-registering research studies, sharing methods and protocols, publishing pre-prints, and sharing research data.
This session is part of a health sciences workshop series on managing and sharing your research. The primary audience is grad students, research staff, and faculty in the health sciences, but all are welcome to attend.
- 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM CST
- Online with Zoom