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Open Science Guides and Resources


  • Please take a look at the Open Research Guide which outlines resources and strategies to make one's research, data, and publications open.
  • We also have an excellent guide on Open Access Resources with links and tips for finding OA books, articles, images, etc.
  • The Numeric Data Guide includes resources for finding datasets from the local to international level, as well as microdata and aggregate data.

Other Resources

Citizen Science

Citizen science is scientific research conducted with participation from the general public (who are sometimes referred to as amateur/nonprofessional scientists).(1)

Citizen Science Portal (Government of Canada)- There are science projects and science experiments happening in your community that you can get involved in. Some may only be available at certain times of year or in certain areas, but with a little exploring you can find exciting ways to take part in science.

1. Wikipedia contributors. (2023, September 13). Citizen science. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 14:46, September 15, 2023, from

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