The goal of open research is to facilitate transparent, rigorous, reproducible and accessible research.
Open research (also known as open science) includes numerous research practices, such as sharing data, research materials and/or code, preregistering data collection and data analytic plans, making your research outputs freely available, and conducting replication studies. Open research also encompasses other initiatives including open peer review, Registered Reports, and efforts to increase inclusivity and diversity.
Flinders University encourages researchers to learn about, adopt and encourage open research practices, where relevant or possible. When relevant we will update this page with additional information, resources, and opportunities as they become available to ensure that the Flinders’ research community can easily stay up-to-date with recent developments.