Research Integrity: How to Conduct Responsible Research

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Research Integrity: How to Conduct Responsible Research

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VU Graduate Winter School offers interactive one-week courses for Master students, PhD candidates and professionals from 11-15 January 2021. Our courses are small-scale and full time, you are given access to exclusive content and you will be personally guided by the lecturer(s) to maximize your learning. 

Why should you join?
-Equip yourself with a new set of key skills
-Become an expert in a particular field
-Broaden your professional network and expand your CV

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Course will take place online from 10-14 January 2022. Full time attendance is required.

This course reviews research integrity in academia in both the conduct of science, the evaluation of science, the peer review system and in the academic community at large.

This course is a highly interactive course where participants engage with different issues such as replication, the peer review crisis, and what a responsible research culture looks like. We also look into the future of academia and specifically open science.

The integrity of scientific research has received an increase in attention in recent years. Researchers, policy makers, politicians as well as universities at large have raised co…

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Something for you: the VU Graduate Winter School!

VU Graduate Winter School offers interactive one-week courses for Master students, PhD candidates and professionals from 11-15 January 2021. Our courses are small-scale and full time, you are given access to exclusive content and you will be personally guided by the lecturer(s) to maximize your learning. 

Why should you join?
-Equip yourself with a new set of key skills
-Become an expert in a particular field
-Broaden your professional network and expand your CV

Your stepping stone. Join us online!

Course will take place online from 10-14 January 2022. Full time attendance is required.

This course reviews research integrity in academia in both the conduct of science, the evaluation of science, the peer review system and in the academic community at large.

This course is a highly interactive course where participants engage with different issues such as replication, the peer review crisis, and what a responsible research culture looks like. We also look into the future of academia and specifically open science.

The integrity of scientific research has received an increase in attention in recent years. Researchers, policy makers, politicians as well as universities at large have raised concerns about the way academic research is organised and about the influence of the research culture on research practice.

Academia is currently facing a challenging set of problems: first, the prevalence of research misbehaviour was found higher than desirable; second, the reproducibility crisis and the factors contributing to the impossibility to replicate a large set of research results; and third, the issue of research waste, which is mainly due to poor reporting and the failure to publish negative or ambiguous results.

By making PhD candidates or Master students who are preparing for a career in research aware of these issues, and by training them in the required skills and tools needed to address these issues, we prepare them to remain responsible researchers in an environment that might lure them into sloppy science, even unintentionally.

Who should join?

Open to Master’s students, PhD candidates, and professionals from all disciplines.
This course benefits PhD candidates or (research) Master's students that aspire to be well-prepared upon starting a professional career in academia. Some individual research expertise is required.

If you have doubts about your eligibility for the course, please contact us via graduatewinterschool@vu.nl.  

Learning objectives

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

- Know what the current status of academic research requires
- Know whether there is a replicability crisis and what remedies are coined to improve science
- Apply the code of conduct for research integrity within student’s own work
- Reflect on research integrity dilemmas within specific fields
- Know how one can spot unprofessional conduct of research
- Know what research integrity will look like in the future and how experts expect academic research to be organised

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