The Mozilla Science Lab was a community of researchers, developers, and librarians making research open and accessible. Find learning materials and resources to support your open science practice and grow your community, from handbooks to how-to guides. You'll also find a curated collection of open source, web-based tools to help you do better science.
Learn more on our archived website here.
The Study Group lessons are a great place to find existing curriculum in open science, open code, as well as creative approaches to research review and workflows. Lessons are stored in our lessons bank on github, indexed in our handbook, and mirrored on our website. Check out the issues in the lessons bank for more ideas and versions of the core lessons, and our online webcasts for remote events!
This is a resource for train-the-trainer type materials on Open Data. It's meant to provide a series of approachable, fun, collaborative workshops where each of the modules is interactive and customizable to meet a variety of audiences.
The Mozilla Science Lab hosted open research projects and facilitated contributions from volunteers in the science community. The Working Open Workshops, or WOW, were designed particularly for emerging leaders and up-and-coming projects.
At the workshops, initial trainings were run to help up-and-coming project leads prepare for a strong project launches and community collaboration.
Workshops were held from 2016-2018 around the globe. Curriculum for each of the workshops can be found below: