You have an Open Science story. Let us help you share it!

Open Science includes open research data, open research software, open methods, open evaluation, open educational resources, citizen science, open infrastructure, and open access.

 

Would you like to participate in a Countway Podcast?

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) has declared 2023 The Year of Open Science. To highlight the use of Open Science principles at Harvard, Countway Library welcomes conversations, thoughts, opinions, and recommendations on the practice of ensuring medical and health science research is freely and immediately accessible to the global research community. All students, faculty, postdoc researchers, and administration are invited to participate.

Please consider submitting your thoughts anonymously via our Qualtrics survey-form or participating in a brief Countway Podcast where we hope to capture the voices in our community. We welcome conversations with anyone who would like to express their opinions, recommendations, and experiences as to how Open Science initiatives help us towards more rapid scientific discovery and equitably expand open access into the medical and health science research record.

Questions to consider might be: How have Open Science mandates impacted your work? How have new models in scholarly publishing affected where, how, and if you choose to publish your work? (For example, how do you navigate the publishing and sharing options when mega-journals like PLoS One and Author Publishing Charges (APCs) have become common?)  

Please contact the Publishing & Data Services Team to set up a time to share your Open Science Story via a Countway Podcast. To submit anonymously, use our Open Science Story form.