This toolkit includes templates, FAQs, documentation, and other items shared by COAPI members. Members share best practices in OA policy advocacy and implementation with each other by email, phone, and face-to-face meetings.
Sample template for a deliberative approach by team members to assess and plan for key issues — e.g., collaboration rationale and readiness, inter- and intra-team communication, investigators’ technologies & resources, conflict management, budget issues, publication — that influence both scientific and collaborative success.
The Open Science Team Agreement gives researchers and other stakeholders the tools they need to understand and advocate for open science practices at a broader scale-within their laboratory, department, or the broader community.
Designed to make policy development easy for funders, includes sample language for policies covering a range of scholarly outputs and sharing practices. Funders can identify the plug-and-play language that best fits their needs and incorporate it into their policies with minimal changes.
This resources includes four expansive diagrams, each of which is intended to showcase a possible future, in which persistent identifiers (PIDs) are used throughout the research lifecycle to enable automation, efficiency, new discovery tools, and analysis. The act of including PIDs throughout supports greater transparency and reproducibility in research activities and communications.