The Open Science movement makes results of scholarly research, including code, data, and research papers, freely available and usable. “Open Science” practices can be used by researchers in any discipline to make all research materials open, not just the published article/book.
Open Science fosters discovery, accumulation of evidence, and respect for uncertainty, as well as increasing trust in science by improving the reproducibility of scientific results. The University Libraries can help you improve the reproducibility and rigor of your research.
Learn more and find tools:
- Open Science Framework: ways to collaborate, document, archive, share, and register research projects, materials, and data, from the Center for Open Science
- Open Science - Intro slides and Open Science Training Courses from FOSTER (Facilitate Open Science Training for European Research)
- Open Science by Design report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine