8 months ago

Protocols and Recognition: a Scientists for Open Science discussion

Join us tomorrow for a live discussion! There is more to research than articles. Resources like study designs, protocols, code and methods; raw data and images; preprints, peer reviews and commentary are research in and of themselves—and researchers deserve academic credit for their contributions in these areas.

Join Emily Chenette, PLOS ONE Editor-in-Chief, as she and a panel of researchers discuss their experience with publishing protocols, and the use of protocols in supporting credit and recognition for researchers. 

This live discussion is a part of Scientists for Open Science, a week-long virtual program bringing together researchers and stakeholders from around the globe to share perspectives on Open Science. Learn more about Scientists for Open Science at https://plos.org/scientists-for-open-science/

Publisher URL: https://events.researcher-app.com/event/ryLaJiZbQOD9x2XJznq3

DOI: ryLaJiZbQOD9x2XJznq3_prepost_4

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