Considering the issues of scientific integrity and plagiarism

Résumé de la formation

Scientific integrity is an essential skill for the production of reliable and original scientific knowledge. In the era of Open Science, race to publish and questions about reproducibility, this field promises great advances in the years to come.
From the logic of « copy and paste » to plagiarism, this course deals with the issues of scientific integrity, copyright and intellectual property in research.

At the end of the training, the trainees will be able to :

  • Know the different forms of plagiarism and the related regulations and legislation
  • Position oneself in relation to the issues of scientific integrity
  • Detect and prevent plagiarism and breaches of scientific integrity
  • Protect one’s work
  • Disseminate and promote one’s work

 

Programme

  • Module 1: Definition and Issues
    • Define the forms of plagiarism
    • Be able to detect risky situations and fraudulent practices
    • Identify the impacts of risky situations and fraudulent practices on research practice
  • Module 2: Regulatory framework and daily practices in teaching and research
    • Learn to interpret regulatory texts
    • Identify good practices
    • Identify risk situations
  • Module 3: Detecting plagiarism: concrete cases, examples, sharing practices
    • Apply the issues of plagiarism in a pedagogical situation
    • Analyze cases and share practices
    • Develop a reaction strategy
  • Module 4: Prevention and detection tools, managing plagiarism cases
    • Identify prevention tools and their operating principle
    • Know the internal procedures and how they work
    • Share good practices and develop a critical approach
  • Module 5: Scientific integrity and research: self-plagiarism, uses of research data and results, sharing of sources and data
    • Analyze the constraints of scientific values
    • Know good practices for managing sources
    • Issues of self-plagiarism
    • The specific case of research data
  • Module 6: Introduction to the principles of intellectual property and plagiarism, and avenues of valorization in the context of open science: protecting one’s research
    • Introduction to the basic principles of intellectual property
    • Valorizing your research: dissemination and referencing
    • Being attentive to contractual obligations
    • Learn about the principles of open archiving and creative license

Formateurs et formatrices

Dr Emmanuelle Ebel-Jost, Dr Anna-Livia Morand ou Dr Simon Thierry ( Adoc Métis )

Informations pratiques

• Email (contact pédagogique) : formation@adoc-metis.com
• Dates prévisionnelles : 02 décembre 2021 de 9h à 17h
• Lieu : Université Paris Cité – rue Françoise Dolto 75013 Paris – Bâtiment Halle aux farines – salle 125C
• Durée : 1 jour/ 7h
• Pré-requis : none
• Public visé : doctoral candidates of all disciplines
• Effectif maximum : 12

Public

Doctorants

Durée

1 jour/ 7h

Langue

Anglais

Format

Présentiel

Code

EIS8

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