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Open Research and Scholarship

Open Research and Scholarship at Princeton

The goal of open research and scholarship is to make all the outputs of scholarly activity across all disciplines available for others to read and build upon.

Here you will find information on how to open your research practices and what support is available through the Princeton University Library. 

About Us

Princeton University Library’s Open Research Steering Committee (PUL ORSC) was founded in early 2020 and is composed of two co-chairs and five members from across the organization. The group’s purpose is to “[...] Coordinate, develop, and encourage use of resources and services that support open research and scholarship with an overall goal to position PUL at the forefront of support for open research practices by academic libraries.” (Charter, 2021)