Make your research visible
Practise open research by sharing plans, protocols, methodology, infrastructure, code, data and findings in a way that enables free access and reuse by others. The open research principle–be as open as possible, as early as possible–encourages these open practices.
Griffith Open Research Statement
Open research puts values such as inclusivity, diversity, integrity, and accessibility at the centre of the research process.
Griffith has made an explicit commitment to the practice of open research. An Open Research Statement was endorsed by Griffith's Research Committee in November, 2020. This makes Griffith the first university in Australia to commit to an open research culture.
Open Research is based on the principle that knowledge produces the greatest benefits when it is shared as widely as possible. This principle is reflected in the policies of funders including the ARC and NHMRC .
Share and communicate research methodology, data and findings openly, responsibly and accurately
Adhere to the code by familiarising yourself with our research integrity resource sheets, in particular:
Familiarise yourself with the guidelines and agreements of your funding body.
If your research is funded by key bodies— ARC or NHMRC —you must:
- deposit research outputs in an open access institutional repository, within a year of publication
- openly share research data, where possible.
Check the expectations of international funding bodies including:
Find information and support for all aspects of your copyright compliance obligations.
For help with your research technology, data science and technical infrastructure needs.
Office for research
For help with research grant funding opportunities, ethical and IP matters.
Attend a workshop targeted to support you throughout the research lifecycle.
Griffith research online
Make your research visible and open using the University repository.