New to OSF? Here are some quick steps you can take for getting your first project off the ground.
JMU Professor Chris Berndsen describes using the Open Science Framework to manage a large course-based research project of more than 100 students. This project provides students with experience in carrying out a research project in biochemistry and in the data management aspects of a research.
On May 25, 2018, extensive changes in EU data protection law (General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR) go into effect. We are using this opportunity to make improvements for all users, not just those in EU.
You can now embed OSF project files and images inline to make your wiki entries more readable, informative, and collaborative.
A new service called EarthArXiv, provides free, open access, open source archives for the earth sciences. It's been a community effort from the start.
So how can a research institution generate and showcase their valuable research efforts in the most cost-effective, open, and useful way while maintaining maximum control over their valuable research assets--knowledge and impact?
We have just added some cool new features to the OSF that we think are worth mentioning!
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