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<p><strong>Adoption of OSF for institutions</strong> </p> <p>OSF for Institutions aims to improve research data management workflows for researchers. The OSF streamlines the research workflow and increases users’ ability to:</p> <ul> <li>Organize project materials and data</li> <li>Be transparent about research and methods</li> <li>Collaborate at all levels of a project within the institution and with outside collaborators. </li> <li>Link all related data and materials</li> <li>Conveniently share and make parts or whole projects public, and simultaneously retain security and privacy of projec elements that are not shareable because of ethical or proprietary considerations. </li> <li>Archive and cite projects easily. </li> <li>Connect 3rd party tools and services.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Additional Collaboration</strong></p> <p>Additional areas of potential collaboration can enhance the engagement of OSF users at your organization and create a more seamless experience. These options include:</p> <ul> <li>Connecting the organization’s institutional repository to <a href="https://osf.io/share/?" rel="nofollow">SHARE</a>, an Association of Research Libraries (ARL) project supported by COS to generate a feed of research release events from a variety of sources.</li> <li><a href="https://cos.io/stats_consulting/" rel="nofollow">Workshops</a> to engage the research community at your institution on improving openness and reproducibility of research.</li> </ul>
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