(PE) Publishing and Ethics

Lesson 2: Transparency in Scientific Reporting

Welcome to Lesson 2! After this lesson, you will understand: what “self-plagiarism” means what “fabrication” and “manipulation” are,  and how they can discredit your work who an “author” really is, and which authors should (or should not) be listed in your manuscript what “conflicts of interest” are, and how to handle them

Lesson 1: Publication Ethics

Welcome! At the end of this lesson, you will know: several types of plagiarism and how to avoid them what ‘salami publishing’ is, and why it is wrong To continue, press the ‘Next‘ button at the top right of this window.

Lesson 1: Assessing Your Findings

Welcome! At the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Evaluate the importance of your study findings Judge the novelty of your study Determine the relevance of your study to the body of knowledge in your field To continue, press the ‘Next‘ button at the top right of this window.

How to develop a protocol for registration on PROSPERO

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Lesson 5: Ownership and access

⏱ 25 minutes After completing this fifth and final lesson you will understand copyright and types of publisher licenses. You will know what open access means in academic publishing. Finally, you will know how to recognize and avoid predatory open access journals that try to cheat authors.

Lesson 4: Research data

⏱ 25 minutes This fourth lesson first gives an overview of data handling, including data types and presentation types. Next, we will cover how to archive and publish data, and finally we learn how to share data with other researchers.

Lesson 3: Submission and peer review

⏱ 25 minutes Our third lesson gives an introduction to research publishing in peer-reviewed journals. You will learn how to choose a target journal, know what editors and reviewers look for during peer review, and understand key ethical aspects of journal peer review and publishing.

Lesson 2: Ethical research and reporting

⏱ 25 minutes In our first lesson, we looked at the structure of theses that include previously presented or published research. This second lesson covers the general ethics of research, thesis writing, and journal publishing.

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