Case Studies and Games in Research Integrity

Start Time: Tuesday, February 7, 3:00pm

End Time: Tuesday, February 7, 4:00pm

Online: Link emailed to participants

Brief Description:

We do not get enough time to discuss and examine what research integrity means for graduate students. In breakout groups, you will examine case studies to see how core values of research; honesty, fairness, openness, accountability, objectivity, and stewardship come in conflict with each other. Come to share your own ideas and experience!  Come to discover new techniques for teaching research integrity. Come to have fun!

Skills Acquired:

  • Definition of Research integrity
  • Examine case studies and discuss ethical issues that surround ethical issues in research like, authorship, data, reproducibility, copyright, intellectual property, etc.
  • Reflections on where and when you should seek guidance around research integrity

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