Open Scholarship is about making research visible and sharing knowledge. Open access publications, open data, open educational resources, and open source software share this common principle.
Open Scholarship has its origins in the open access movement, formalised by the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002 and defined as:
Open Access (OA) material is digital, online, freely accessible and free of most copyright and licencing restrictions.
This guide provides information about Open Scholarship including open access publishing and the Flinders Academic Commons, open data, and funder compliance for researchers at Flinders University.
View the Open scholarship guide.