Fostering Research Integrity in an Unequal World: Path2Interity at the 7th WCRI
Path2Integrity is thrilled to announce that the project is going to participate in the 7th World Conference on Research Integrity (WCRI), with a set of papers and workshops! The event is going to take place in Cape Town, South Africa. However, due to the COVID-19 uncertainties, it will be a hybrid conference.
From 29 May to 1 June 2022, researchers and professionals from all around the world are going to gather and tackle some of the most recent and pressing issues around the topic "Fostering Research Integrity in an Unequal World".
Path2Integrity is confident and happy to show the newest results and experiences from the project and contribute to making the 7th WCRI a vibrant meeting for Research Integrity. The project is also looking forward to sharing experiences with stakeholders across all disciplinary fields from the basic and applied natural and biomedical sciences to the humanities and social sciences.
The project is going to be presented at the event with a number of paper and workshops, those being the following:
- Results from Path2Integrity's international mixed-method evaluation: successes and failures in teaching research integrity (Nicolaus Wilder, CAU and Prof. Julia Priess Buchheit, Coburg University)
- Barriers and challenges in introducing FAIR principles and Open Access to businesses: lessons learned while designing workshops for company employees. (Apostolos Gerontas and Prof. Julia Priess Buchheit, Coburg University)
- Teaching and promoting research integrity - Polish experience in the process of building a culture of research integrity. (Dr. Agnieszka Dwojak-Matras and Dr. Katarzyna Kalinowska, IBE)
- Reflections on the quantitative evaluation of the Research Integrity training programme Path2Integrity (Linda Zollitsch, CAU)
- Workshop - Promoting innovative, learner-centred research integrity education (Dr. Tom Lindemann, EUREC, Fenneke Blom and Giulia Inguaggiato, UMC Amsterdam, Panagiotis Kavouras, NTUA and Simson Mwale, SECAM).
Read more about the event here.