Opensciency - A core open science curriculum by and for the research community

  • Batool Almarzouq (Contributor)
  • Flavio Azevedo (Contributor)
  • Natasha E. Batalha (Contributor)
  • Johanna Bayer (Contributor)
  • Saranjeet Bhogal (Contributor)
  • Elio Campitelli (Contributor)
  • Taher Chegini (Contributor)
  • Daniel Dunleavy (Contributor)
  • Yeo Keat Ee (Contributor)
  • Christopher Erdmann (Contributor)
  • Jannatul Ferdush (Contributor)
  • Anne Fouilloux (Contributor)
  • Siobhan Mackenzie Hall (Contributor)
  • Ismael Kherroubi Garcia (Contributor)
  • Stephen Klusza (Contributor)
  • Andrea Medina-Smith (Contributor)
  • Shamsuddeen Muhammad (Contributor)
  • Elli Papadopoulou (Contributor)
  • Esther Plomp (Contributor)
  • Rebecca Ringuette (Contributor)
  • Daniela Saderi (Contributor)
  • Hugh Shanahan (Contributor)
  • Malvika Sharan (Contributor)
  • Miguel Silan (Contributor)
  • Mayya Sundukova (Contributor)
  • Tyson L Swetnam (Contributor)
  • Ana Vaz (Contributor)
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Opensciency - A core open science curriculum by and for the research community. Opensciency is core open science curriculum material, drafted to introduce those beginning their open science journey to important definitions, tools, and resources; and provide for participants at all levels recommended practices. The material is made available under a CC-BY 4.0 International license and is structured into five modules: Ethos of Open Science Open Tools and Resources Open Data Open Software Open Results Citation The latest release version (V1.0.0) can be found at this DOI 10.5281/zenodo.7662732. To credit and cite the material, use the following citation - where possible, please include all authors name as listed in the CITATION file: > OpenSciency Contributors (2023, February 22). Opensciency - A core open science curriculum by and for the research community. Zenodo. Shared under the CC-BY 4.0 License, all materials remain open for anyone to build open science curriculums or reuse for other purposes. Please include all author names where possible from the GitHub README contributors table. Details Opensciency is a result of the work of more than 40 open science experts and practitioners from across the world and from different disciplines. The first draft of the curriculum material was developed from June 27 - July 1, 2022 as part of the Transform to Open Science (TOPS) OpenCore sprint. More information about the NASA TOPS initiative is available via their website . After the TOPS Community Panel on October 6, 2022, the original contributors created the Opensciency repository to allow all contributors to further engage with the curriculum and invite review on the initial draft material from the wider research community. We encourage the wider community to reuse the material, and we are especially interested in creative approaches to displaying the material. An example we like is Elements of AI. Let us know if you have a creative approach to displaying and reusing the material by submitting an issue. Please provide your contact details so we can add you to the contributors list.
Date made availableFeb 22 2023

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