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## About The [OPEN (Open Project Engagement Network) Incubator]( is a research development program designed to advance a project from idea to proof-of-concept. Facilitators from the NC State University Libraries guide participants (such as professors and graduate students) through a cohort-based collaborative experience that introduces open research principles and offers strategies for participants to apply those principles to produce research outputs that are FAIR — Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. The OPEN Incubator began its first cohort in Summer 2019. The second cohort, in Spring 2020, added a team of librarians as co-facilitators, and was conducted entirely online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The third cohort, Fall 2020, was focused specifically on text analysis projects. Contributors and roles are outlined in the [Contributors file]( ----- **This repository includes materials to use for adapting and implementing a research development incubator program.** ### 1. Planning [Tips for setting up this program][3] ### 2. Running * [Generic Curriculum]( * [Sample collaborative notes/schedule document]( Sample curricula from NC State incubators: * [Ssn I snapshot]( * [Ssn II snapshot]( * [Ssn III snapshot]( [Lesson Plans][5] for the following topics: - [Open Principles and Practices]( - [Tools and Workflows]( - [Collaboration]( - [Infrastructure]( - [Communicating Research]( - [Open Text Analysis with closed sources]( - [Sample project development sprint]( (focused consultation and work session with each cohort member) ### 3. Assessing [Assessment materials][4] [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]:
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