The Open Insight project is championing and providing learning opportunities related to the skills and practices that are increasingly essential to scientific success, and underpin accessible, efficient, and impactful research.

The Open Insight project is designed to stimulate early career researchers’ engagement with open science practices through hands-on learning and conversations with leaders in the field.  Led by the Oregon Health & Science University Library in collaboration with OHSU graduate students and scientists, we are working to address upstream affects on access, reuse, and reproducibility by influencing how research results are shared.  The project also supported two scholarships to OpenCon, which immersed our attendees in three days of open science content, networking, and advocacy building and inspired their continued work locally and nationally.

Open Insight is supported by the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health,National Library of Medicine, under Contract No. HHS-N-276-2011-00008-C with the University of Washington.  Open Insight is also supported by the Oregon Health and Science University Library.