By Kora Korzec, Community Manager
We’re inviting researchers across the life and biomedical sciences to help us paint a clearer picture of research practices today.
With your input, we will explore which open science practices are becoming established across disciplines and geographies, and which other methods of conducting and communicating research are standing the test of time.
Many new experiments and policies seek to change the ways in which research is being carried out, published and assessed. Posting preprints to bioRxiv is gaining momentum, and many funders now support Plan S. At the same time, practices for assessing researchers can discourage open sharing of one’s work. So where are we heading?
Tell us about your experiences and favoured practices in this anonymous survey and you could win $100.
Our investigation of research practice is of broad interest to institutions across the world. We invite your input in partnership with
At eLife, we’re committed to openness. We wish to understand the relationship with open science practice of the wider scientific community, so we can work to achieve openness as effectively as we can.
The results of the survey will be published openly in early 2020, along with the data for further analysis.
If you’re interested in helping distribute the survey, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact Kora Korzec, Community Manager on k.korzec[at]elifesciences.org.
We welcome comments, questions and feedback. Please annotate publicly on the article or contact us at hello [at] elifesciences [dot] org.