Managing Research Projects with OSF

November 19, 2020 | 11am - 12pm | Zoom

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Do you lose track of which files are stored in which cloud? Do you wish you had version histories for all of your project files? Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free and open source website run by the non-profit Center for Open Science. OSF can be used as a repository or a lab notebook, with generous storage and a 50-year preservation fund to ensure data safety. This resource can be used by everyone from students to instructors to principal investigators.

After this workshop you should:

  • Understand the importance of documentation for reproducible projects
  • Understand how to use Open Science Framework for collaboration and storage
  • Have an Open Science Framework profile and project started and ready to use