Towards a Research Integrity Culture at Universities: From Recommendations to Implementation

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"In recent years there has a been a cultural change in which the outcomes of research are expected to be available to a wider public, in what has been termed ‘open science’. This brings both opportunities and challenges with regard to research integrity and researchers should be made aware of this. With research open to a wider public, there are opportunities for greater awareness and scrutiny of research results. Universities should encourage researchers to make research data ‘open’ and provide a research infrastructure in which responsible management of research data is facilitated. Guidance should be developed for researchers on the appropriate use of secondary data from other sources. Research should be credited in a proper and transparent way through responsible authorship or acknowledgment, and previously published research should be properly cited...."


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Tags: oa.policies oa.encouragement oa.citations oa.ethics oa.universities oa.recommendations oa.implementation oa.hei oa.leru oa.europe

Date tagged:

02/12/2020, 11:55

Date published:

02/12/2020, 06:56