Graduate Training in Open Science
The Panton Principles
Originally launched in 2010, the Panton Principles provide a set of four main guidelines to help scientists meet the challenges of releasing their data. The Principles provide a useful foundation for teaching data licensing to students, and are now accompanied by a handy video (shown below). A promotional leaflet design for an A6 postcard is also available for download here, sized as A6 bleed.

Video Introduction to the Panton Principles

This video is released under a Creative Commons Attribution Licence, CC-BY-3.0. Sharing, remixing or commercial use of this work is permitted subject to inclusion of the following attribution:
Video content by Sophie Kershaw, Alastair Kay, Ross Mounce (2012), CC-BY-3.0. Panton Principles by Peter Murray Rust, Cameron Neylon, Rufus Pollock, John Wilbanks (2010-02-09)

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