Path2Integrity at the 6th World Conference on Research Integrity
Photo: (left to right) Isidoros Karatzas (EC), Prof. Julia Prieß-Buchheit (Path2Integrity), Mariette van den Hoven (Integrity), Caroline Gans Combe (DEFORM), Niels Mejlgaard (SOPs4RI). The panel was moderated by Guy Widdershoven (EnTire, Virt2ue), not shown on picture.
The 6th World Conference on Research Integrity took place in the beginning of June 2019 featuring talks wchich have highlighted different angles on Research Integrity, with a significant emphasis on the need of effective teaching approaches.
Path2Integrity was represented by coordinator Prof. Julia Prieß-Buchheit who has actively included the project in the expert meetings and her talk. Discussions about discipline-tailored teaching, role models as examples for research virtues, the existence of learning material such as the "Pathway to Integrity" were led alongside conversations about developing a theory of teaching RCR.
A notable lecture was the one given by Mark McMillans, who spoke about integrity of Australia's indigenous knowledge system. Nomar Alviars' talk about evaluating value-based learning modules on RCR at San Beda University, Manila was also worth highlighting.