CURE Membership


Membership in CURE is open to academic institutions, organizations, and individuals who support and promote the principles of Curating for Reproducibility and are committed to, currently have, or are in the process of implementing workflows for transparent and reproducible research.


Membership Benefits

  • Participation in CURE-L, the consortium’s electronic listserv
  • Being informed about important developments in the area of research transparency, curation, and reproducibility
  • Access to the CURE Membership Directory
  • Involvement in a network of institutions and professionals with similar interests
  • Publication of members’ CURE workflow and/or practices on the CURE website
  • Opportunities for members to work in a focused way on key issues

Membership Responsibilities

  • Declaring a commitment to CURE principles
  • Contributing to shared goals: to establish the standards, share the practices, and promote the philosophy of data quality review including all digital scholarly objects

Opportunities for Engagement

  • Working groups (proposed)
    • Terminology
    • Standards
    • Education (“curating for reproducibility” workshop series, webinars)
    • Guides and primers
  • Sharing CURE workflows and best practices
  • Collaboration and participation in community-led initiatives
  • Promotion: Social media (proposed Twitter, Facebook)

 

Become a CURE Member