The core idea behind open research is that all aspects of the research cycle should be shared and accessible where possible. Open research generates an environment for more effective and efficient research, and a culture where open is the default.
The University recently published an Open Research Statement and has established two Open Research Groups who are working with our research community to understand levels of awareness and adoption of open research practices.
The Library Research Support Team has created a Practical Guide to Open Research, providing support and information on open research methods which can be applied at different stages of your work. This guide is intended for researchers of all levels, and across all academic disciplines.
Includes some examples of excellent open research practice taking place across the University and a recording of our York Open Research event, showcasing the work of our community of practitioners and advocating for the wider adoption of open research across all disciplines.