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1: Open Principles

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Research Articles and Reports

Key posts

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2. Collaborative Platforms

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Research Articles and Reports

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3: Reproducible Research and Data Analysis

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Research Articles and Reports

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4: Open Data

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Research Articles and Reports

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5: Open Research Software and Open Source

Research Articles and Reports

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Open Source Initiative: Licenses and Standards.


6. Open Access to Research Papers

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Research Articles and Reports

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7: Open Peer Review

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    1. Citizen Science and Science Communication
      1. That PLOS Biology paper (link)
      2. Guidelines for good science PR
      3. PLOS Paper conf-tweeting: (link)
      4. https://www.aaas.org/cefp/about
      5. European Citizen Science Association ECSA
      6. Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science
      7. https://www.meetup.com/
      8. https://jumpingrivers.github.io/meetingsR/r-user-groups.html
      9. eLife collection of articles about plain-language summaries of research

    1. Open Educational Resources
      1. OER Hub
      2. Modern Drive Chester Ismay
      3. Software and Data Carpentry lessons
      4. MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)

  1. Open Advocacy
    1. SPARC author addendum – advocate for your own rights as an author w/ a journal https://sparcopen.org/our-work/author-rights/
    2. Bolick et al. rebuttal article written in the Journal of Wildlife Management after a misleading / fearmongering article about OA https://kuscholarworks.ku.edu/handle/1808/22672
    3. Perhaps some of the Lingua / Glossa articles on their move away from Elsevier – their advocacy as editors with a publishing organization
    4. Another example of a letter to a scholarly society advocating for Open Access – Jackie Smith to the American Sociological Association: http://www.asanet.org/sites/default/files/savvy/footnotes/mayjun14/asaforum_0514.html
      (And another article done by the same person: https://www.opendemocracy.net/jackie-smith/defending-global-knowledge-commons )
    5. eLife ECRwednesday webinar, May 31, about advocating for open science – video will be available on YouTube shortly. Featured Gary McDowell, Nick Shockey, Osman Aldirdiri, Corina Logan, Brianne Kent. Advice pitched at early-career researchers.