Earlier this year, the OpenBehavior project initiated a repository of raw videos from typical behavioral neuroscience experiments. A total of 14 video collections were contributed to the repository, and several more will be added this fall. The videos will be useful for training and teaching purposes and also for documenting A to Z video analysis pipelines. To make the videos citable in publications, we worked with science librarians at American University. The videos were posted to the AU Digital Research Archive (AUDRA) and were issued DOIs. If you use the videos in your teaching or publications, please use the DOIs to cite the videos that you use.

We would like to thank the following researchers for sharing their videos with the project:

We would also like to thank the staff in the American University library for setting up the DOI-compatible repository: