In December 2016, Johns Hopkins became one of the institutional partners of the Open Science Framework for Institutions (OSF4I).

In an effort to further enhance transparency, foster collaboration, and increase the visibility of research, JHU scholars are now able to affiliate themselves and their research projects with JHU on the OSF . This also allows researchers to discover JHU affiliated research with ease.

The Open Science Framework is a free, open source, platform for researchers to share and collaborate on multiple projects throughout all phases of the research process. As a JHU researcher you can get started by logging in through the institution with your JHED ID and password.

You can learn more about the OSF and how it can be beneficial to your research by visiting our OSF for JHU Researchers – FAQ page.

For more help visit their user guides, or contact JHU data management services for more information and custom assistance.