Open Science encompasses a range of behaviors that aim to improve the transparency of scientific research. This article (co-authored by Katarzyna Jasko from CSCS) provides a toolbox of recommendations and resources for those aspiring to promote open scientific practices. The paper is divided into seven sections, each devoted to different target groups or institutions: colleagues, students, departments and faculties, universities, academic libraries, journals, and funders. The authors describe the behavioural influences and incentives for each of these stakeholders as well as changes they can make to foster Open Science, which are inspired by simple principles of behaviour change: make it easy, social, and attractive.
The full paper is available here.