A community-sourced glossary of open scholarship terms

Sam Parsons, Flávio Azevedo, Mahmoud M Elsherif, Samuel Guay, Owen N Shahim, Gisela H Govaart, Emma Norris, Aoife O Mahony, Adam J Parker, Ana Todorovic, Charlotte R Pennington, Elias Garcia-pelegrin, Aleksandra Lazić, Olly Robertson, Sara L Middleton, Beatrice Valentini, Joanne Mccuaig, Bradley J Baker, Elizabeth Collins, Adrien A FillonTina B Lonsdorf, Michele C Lim, Norbert Vanek, Marton Kovacs, Timo B Roettger, Sonia Rishi, Jacob F Miranda, Matt Jaquiery, Suzanne L K Stewart, Valeria Agostini, Andrew J Stewart, Kamil Izydorczak, Sarah Ashcroft-jones, Helena Hartmann, Madeleine Ingham, Yuki Yamada, Martin R Vasilev, Filip Dechterenko, Nihan Albayrak-aydemir, Yu-fang Yang, Annalise A Laplume, Julia K Wolska, Emma L Henderson, Mirela Zaneva, Benjamin G Farrar, Ross Mounce, Tamara Kalandadze, Wanyin Li, Qinyu Xiao, Robert M Ross, Siu Kit Yeung, Meng Liu, Micah L Vandegrift, Zoltan Kekecs, Marta K Topor, Myriam A Baum, Emily A Williams, Asma A Assaneea, Amélie Bret, Aidan G Cashin, Nick Ballou, Tsvetomira Dumbalska, Bettina M J Kern, Claire R Melia, Beatrix Arendt, Gerald H Vineyard, Jade S Pickering, Thomas R Evans, Catherine Laverty, Eliza A Woodward, David Moreau, Dominique G Roche, Eike M Rinke, Graham Reid, Eduardo Garcia-garzon, Steven Verheyen, Halil E Kocalar, Ashley R Blake, Jamie P Cockcroft, Leticia Micheli, Brice Beffara Bret, Zoe M Flack, Barnabas Szaszi, Markus Weinmann, Oscar Lecuona, Birgit Schmidt, William X Ngiam, Ana Barbosa Mendes, Shannon Francis, Brett J Gall, Mariella Paul, Connor T Keating, Magdalena Grose-hodge, James E Bartlett, Bethan J Iley, Lisa Spitzer, Madeleine Pownall, Tobias Wingen, Jenny Terry, Catia Margarida F Oliveira, Ryan A Millager, Kerry J Fox, Alaa Aldoh, Alexander Hart, Olmo R Van Den Akker, Gilad Feldman, Dominik A Kiersz, Christina Pomareda, Kai Krautter, Ali H Al-hoorie, Balazs Aczel

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Abstract

Open scholarship has transformed research, and introduced a host of new terms in the lexicon of researchers. The ‘Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Teaching’ (FORRT) community presents a crowdsourced glossary of open scholarship terms to facilitate education and effective communication between experts and newcomers.
Original languageEnglish
JournalNature Human Behaviour
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Publication statusEarly online date - 21 Feb 2022

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