Open Methods: How to receive credit, encourage reproducibility, and acknowledge your peers


Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 1:00pm to 3:00pm



In celebration of Open Access Week, join us for a special workshop on open, collaborative methods publishing with

Research papers and protocol organization in labs often lack detailed instructions for repeating experiments. is an open-access platform for researchers to create step-by-step, interactive and dynamic protocols. Researchers can share protocols with colleagues, collaborators, the scientific community or make them public, with ease and efficiency.

This workshop will feature presentations from members of the Harvard research community, and platform. Come learn about, navigate credit and acknowledgement, and see how your colleagues at Harvard are using this platform!

Tuesday, October 20 at 1pm

REGISTER for Open Methods: How to receive credit, encourage reproducibility and acknowledge your peers

Part 1: Protocol Sharing and Collaborating with Human Tumor Atlas Network (HTAN)

  • Connor Jacobson, Research Assistant, Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School
  • Madison Tyler, Research Associate, Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School

Part 2: Copyright, credit, scooping: the tricky details of protocol-sharing


Open Access Week: This is a time to celebrate achievements in open access and learn more by hearing from practitioners and experts. While open access generally refers to publications, Open Scholarship is about making all research outputs, including data, more visible, and about sharing knowledge more widely. This year, programming will be completely virtual. We hope you can join us for a week of fruitful events!

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