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Watch the Registered Reports and Funding in Consciousness and Religion Research Webinar
Registered Reports is a publishing format that emphasizes the importance of the research question and the quality of methodology by conducting peer review prior to data...
Tags: Research, Community, Open Science, Webinars, Registered Reports, Consciousness
New Frontiers for Files on OSF
Publishers, funders, and institutions are overwhelmingly pursuing FAIR (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reuse) standards, enabling shared content to be findable,...
Tags: OSF, Open Science
Next Steps for the SCORE Project: Spurring Efforts for Assessing Research Credibility
Assessing the credibility of research claims is a central and continuous part of the scientific process. However, current assessment strategies often require substantial time and...
Tags: Replication, Research, Community, Open Science, SCORE
Creating Community Connections: Advancing Open Science Education Research
As part of our theory of change strategy, the Center for Open Science (COS) offers researchers tools and services to make research better, more efficient, and more reproducible....
Tags: Research, Community, Open Science, Open Scholarship Knowledge Base, Education
Measuring Research Transparency
Measuring the transparency and credibility of research is fundamental to our mission. By having measures of transparency and credibility we can learn about the current state of...
Tags: Transparency, Community, TOP Guidelines, Open Science
Watch the Funding Consciousness Research with Registered Reports Webinar
With funding from the Templeton World Charity foundation, the Center for Open Science (COS) has launched a new initiative in partnership with the Association for the Scientific...
Tags: Research, Community, Open Science, Webinars, Registered Reports, Consciousness
Continued Growth in OSF Usage: Catalyzing Change in Open Practices
Since COS was founded in 2013, we have had non-linear growth on our key performance indicators. For example, the average number of new Open Science Framework (OSF) users per day...
Tags: OSF, Community, Open Science
Encouraging Open Science Practices in Influenza Research
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global influenza epidemics are estimated to result in about 3 to 5 million cases of severe illness and upwards of 650,000...
Tags: Replication, Research, Community, Open Science
Educating in the Open Scholarship Era: Integrating Open and Reproducible Science Principles into Higher Education
Prominent failures to replicate scientific results (e.g., Open Science Collaboration, 2015) and the publication of extremely implausible findings (e.g., Bem, 2011) sparked in the...
Tags: Community, Open Science, Education
Open Science Badges Are Going Viral
We are flattered and humbled. But mostly, we’re just grateful. To encourage authors to provide open access to their data, our friends at the Public Library of Science (PLOS) has...
Tags: Research, OSF, Community, Open Science, Badges