Originally launched as a Twitter account (@OpenAcademics) and since expanded to a website, OpenAcademics has always created community online. But, as the platform notes, it "is more than just a community, it is a family." This family includes multidisciplinary academics who share the same pillars of "respect, diversity, inclusion, equity, and kindness." Academics and professionals who are formally or informally aligned with the group will find plenty of valuable tools on the Resources page. For example, the page houses professional development primers distilling tips on academic CVs, cover letters, elevator pitches, and personal statements. Those in research roles will benefit from the Conference Abstract and Research Paper Anatomy tips sheets, while those in development positions may enjoy the Grant Writing Process outline. All readers can benefit from the Useful Expressions infographic (essentially a pocket thesaurus) and the Writing a Formal Email cheat sheet. For even more useful resources, check out the Infographics page, which is home to important reminders about mental health and mentorship.