OpenSeminar in Research Ethics
The OpenSeminar in Research Ethics (OSRE) is a repository of expert-maintained courses designed to welcome junior researchers into the scholarly community. The seminar is being developed by the Model Curriculum for Land Grant Universities in Research Ethics (LANGURE) project. It is being evaluated by the Extend and Assess Research Ethics Education (EAREE) project. [Abstract from author]
Comstock, Gary; Edelman, David; Pitt, Jamaal; Auerbach, David; and MacLean, Douglas, "OpenSeminar in Research Ethics" (2006). Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse. 307.
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Animal Subjects, Authorship and Publication, Collaborative Research, Conflict of Interest, Cultural Assimilation, Human Subjects, Mentoring, Peer Review, Plagiarism
Engineering | Life Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Social and Behavioral Sciences
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