The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free and open source project management tool that supports researchers throughout their entire project lifecycle. As a collaboration tool, OSF helps research teams work on projects privately or make the entire project publicly accessible for broad dissemination. As a workflow system, OSF enables connections to the many scientific tools researchers already use, streamlining their process and increasing efficiency. You may even use OSF as a portfolio tool for sharing your work with potential collaborators or employers. At this event, Eric Olson and Kayla Brown, experts from The Center for Open Science, will engage you in a hands-on, 2-hour workshop to help you navigate OSF and get you started on the platform.
In this introductory workshop, we will cover:
- The research lifecycle and the role of research data infrastructure
- How and why to share your research: research registration and its value for reproducibility
- Structuring your own projects on OSF for collaboration and sharing
- Submitting a registration for a scientific project
This workshop counts towards completion of the Research Skills & Scholarly Publishing badge in the BioInspired Institute’s Professional Development Program. The workshop is cosponsored with the Graduate School’s Office of Career and Professional Development and the Syracuse University Libraries. It will only be offered sporadically, so don’t miss this opportunity to start using this powerful research tool!
This event was published on November 16, 2020.
- Professional Development
- Open to
- Campus Community
- Jeremy Steinbacher
- Contact Jeremy Steinbacher to request additional accommodations