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![enter image description here][1] ### Openness and transparency: preprints and data sharing in research communication ### Presentation: [][2] 20 minutes 1. Who we are at COS 2. Our strategies to make science more open 3. Using the Open Science Framework 4. Preprints Link to meeting agenda: ---------- Workshop Transparency into the scientific workflow in order to: 1. Accelerate communication 2. Strengthen author's control 3. Improve quality of manuscripts. On the occasion of the VII SciELO Annual Meeting and taking advantage of the visit of David Mellor, PhD, Project Manager of the Center for Open Science , with whom the SciELO Program is implementing the SciELO Preprints server and methodology for referencing data, methods, materials and codes we are organizing a workshop with David to better inform and deepen our knowledge and discuss issues related to these editorial practices that SciELO is adopting as part of the implementation of the lines of action of professionalization, internationalization and sustainability , aligned with the practices of open science. The workshop will be in English and will take place on the same day of the VII SciELO Annual Meeting, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at FAPESP headquarters. ---------- ## Workshop Agenda ## Workshop handouts can be found in the files page: ### 1. Tools ### - How editors can use the Open Science Framework - Review an "open research workflow" from study planning to publication. - Specific actions that editors or researchers can do at each step: - Creating an account - [Making a project][3] - [Uploading a file][4] - [Using view-only links for peer review][5] - [Using "non-bibliographic" contributors on a project][6] - [Marking a file a preprint][7] - [Search across many preprint servers][8] - [Moderating preprint submissions][9] ### 2. Policies ### - Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines (summary table: - Level 1: Disclosure - Level 2: Require - Level 3: Verify - Data, Code, Materials sharing - Reporting guidelines - Preregistration, including the [$1,000,000 [enter link description here][10]Preregistration Challenge][11] - Registered Reports - Replication studies - [Open Science Badges][12] Link to workshop website: [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]:
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