Open Scholarship Workshop



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Slides from a workshop delivered Nov 16, 2018, in University of Houston Libraries' Digital Research Commons (DRC). This workshop addresses some of the core values and practices of open scholarship, primarily from a humanist perspective. The work that takes place in the DRC is predicated on a belief that we, as researchers and librarians, should be adhering to good practice around open scholarship, i.e, whenever possible, using open source tools and software (rather that propriety versions), sharing our work at all stages of the process (whenever feasible and desirable), and, once a project or a phase of a project is complete, reporting out in a public way—not only sharing our findings and “finished products” but also our methods, process, code, etc., so that as many people as possible can benefit from and build on our labor.



Open access, Digital scholarship, Open scholarly practice, Open access, Digital scholarship, Open scholarly practice