Take control of your PhD journey: Academic integrity
Think like an academic – work like an academic
When carrying out a PhD research project, we need to be familiar with and follow the norms of academic integrity. This includes perhaps first and formost the use of other sources, e.g. how to treat these as to avoid plagiarising. But moreover, academic integrity includes being aware of, and preventing, academic misconduct and other questionable research practices. Finally, the notion of academic integrity has in recent years extended to include the benefits of transparency of science, both for the research community and for society in general.
The University Library, daily working with questions revolving around academic integrity, hereby invites all PhD students to an interactive seminar, where primary focus will be on the advantages of using sources correctly (and how to do it), academic conduct, and the question of sharing research data.
Light refreshments will be served in the break.
This seminar is a freestanding part of the seminar series Take control of your PhD journey: From (p)reflection to publishing.