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**Open Research Toolkit**<br> By Christopher Eaker <br>Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville <br>Data Curation Librarian The Open Research Toolkit was created by Christopher Eaker during Faculty Development Leave, Fall 2021. While this toolkit was designed for librarians to learn about open research concepts and skills and teach them at their institutions, it would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about open research. Any questions related to this content can be directed to the author at For recordings of the ORT Videos, go to the [ORT YouTube Channel][1]. Added May 16, 2023, the [Annotated Bibliography of Open Research][2]. The Open Research Toolkit is an open education resource and is available under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license. You may re-use and copy information from this toolkit with attribution. In addition, some of the materials referenced in this toolkit (e.g. some materials linked to and created by others) might be copyright protected; that will be indicated as best as possible, but no guarantees are made as to accuracy of that information. The user should check restrictions of any material prior to reusing it. [1]: [2]:
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