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Introduction to Open Science

Introduction to Open Science Online

What is open science and how can it benefit your research? Come to this session to learn about the opportunities and benefits associated with opening up your research to the world. CMU Libraries provides dedicated support for transparent, collaborative, and reproducible research across disciplines with the Open Science & Data Collaborations Program which offers tools, training, collaboration opportunities, and a team of experts available as research consultants and collaborators. In this session, we will cover how to get started with collaborative tools that support sharing of research protocols and data, as well as recommended practices for open research.
Duration: 1 hour sessions, (40 min. seminar with 20 min. Q&A)
Sessions also offered:
  • October 7, 4pm
  • November 4, 4pm
  • December 2, 4pm
Register for this event: https://forms.gle/GxNGcyo8i1mpx13K8
Thursday, October 7, 2021 Show more dates
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
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