The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free, open-source web platform that manages projects at all stages of the research lifecycle and connects the tools that researchers use.

Bring your lunch to this free workshop and learn how to set up an ASU OSF research management platform account. It will help you store and selectively share data and projects with colleagues and team members. You can also use your account to link data to a publication; connect to resources like DropBox, GitHub, and Google drive; help others find your research; and generate reports.

Presented by ASU Librarians Matt Harp and Rene Tanner, this workshop is an offering of ASU Library’s Graduate Scholars’ Toolkit, a new lunchtime workshop series for ASU graduate students to enhance their scholarly activities and help them succeed in their graduate studies. 

We want to hear from you! Take the surveyTell us what topics and tools you want to learn more about. 

Register for this workshop through the Research Academy (optional).

Students working with books

Noble Library Instruction Room 105

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For More Information Contact:

Matt Ogborn
ASU Library
matt.ogborn@asu.edu