Fostering research integrity in future researchers through discipline-tailored RCR courses for PhD students

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Resumé

PhD students of different disciplines are embedded in academic cultures that vary in research paradigms and methodological approaches. Because of this, ethical challenges differ, as do grey zones in responsible conduct of research (RCR) issues such as authorships and plagiarism. As well, RCR comprises dilemmas and active choices. For effective training, RCR course contents should be tailored to disciplines, and both awareness, reflection, and discussion are required to build competences.
This contribution presents the framework for the RCR course for PhD students that has been developed at University of Southern Denmark (SDU). The presentation outlines course structure, organizational setup, and underlying didactical principles. Furthermore, possible future improvements are discussed.
Initiated and coordinated by the university library, the course is offered to all newly enrolled PhD students, in versions that are tailored to each of the five main areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Technical Sciences, Natural Sciences and Health Sciences. All courses follow the same modular structure.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2. jun. 2019
StatusUdgivet - 2. jun. 2019
Begivenhed6th World Conference on Research Integrity - The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Kina
Varighed: 2. jun. 20195. jun. 2019
http://www.wcri2019.org/index

Konference

Konference6th World Conference on Research Integrity
LokationThe University of Hong Kong
LandKina
ByHong Kong
Periode02/06/201905/06/2019
Internetadresse

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Bredahl, L, Wien, C & Dorch, BF 2019, 'Fostering research integrity in future researchers through discipline-tailored RCR courses for PhD students' 6th World Conference on Research Integrity, Hong Kong, Kina, 02/06/2019 - 05/06/2019, .

Fostering research integrity in future researchers through discipline-tailored RCR courses for PhD students. / Bredahl, Lone; Wien, Charlotte; Dorch, Bertil F.

2019. Abstract fra 6th World Conference on Research Integrity, Hong Kong, Kina.

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