Support for putting your open research principles into practice
Resources for Researchers brings together free guidance and training to demystify every aspect of open research.
Open to all researchers across all disciplines, Resources for Researchers supports F1000’s broader ambition to foster a culture of innovation and openness in research.
Want to learn how to publish all your research outputs openly? Not sure how to get started with open data? Or are you looking to make a greater impact with your research?
Whether you’re a STEM or HSS researcher, in academia or industry, just starting your career, or an experienced professional, here you’ll find everything you need to know to prioritize openness, reproducibility, and research rigor.
SIGN UP TO OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER
Get the latest open research resources
Fill in the form below to be the first to know about upcoming webinars, exclusive content, and new resources from F1000.
Thanks for subscribing!
What is open research?
Open research is a set of principles and practices that prioritize openness, transparency, and collaboration across the entire research cycle. Advocates of open research believe that all research outputs should be freely available and reusable to support reproducibility and equal access to knowledge.
Open data is data that is available for everyone to access, use, and share. For researchers, this refers to any information or materials that have been collected or created as part of your research project.
Open peer review is the term used to describe any peer review model where aspects of research evaluation are publicly available. Some of the most common hallmarks of open peer review include open identities, open reports, and open participation.
Open access mandates are policies, adopted by research institutions, funders, and governments, that require researchers to make their research openly available. Researchers may comply by uploading their articles to a repository or publishing in an open access publication.
In this webinar, our expert speakers discuss the requirements of research assessment today and the opportunities particularly presented by open research publishing to help to support greater inclusivity and responsible…
In this webinar, the F1000 peer review and editorial team discusses how open research can help uphold research integrity through ethics policies, robust, open data requirements, and open, post-publication peer…