Promoting Ethical Authorship for a Positive Research Culture

Oakley, S. (2021) Promoting Ethical Authorship for a Positive Research Culture. COPE Seminar 2021: Ethical authorship versus fraudulent authorship, 30 Sep 2021.

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In this webinar, the speakers cover ways of promoting ethical authorship and preventing fraudulent authorship. The CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) system, authorship definitions and policies, and relevant operating procedures and education are reviewed from institutional and publishing perspectives. "Sam Oakley Researcher Development and Integrity Specialist at the University of Glasgow (UofG), spoke about activities at UofG where helping researchers navigate the challenges of publication decisions in a way that supports the highest quality research while also giving them the best opportunities for their careers. Sam explains how the work institutions do on research culture supports authorship. UofG have guidelines for good practice in research, and a clear misconduct policy and process, supported by internal training and learning. Work on the research culture action plan at UofG since 2015 leads the direction of travel for the university and what it values in research culture. Key to this is societal impact, and the people who are involved in the process: “A better research culture is not an alternative to excellence but rather it is what will enable more of us to excel"

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Oakley, Dr Samantha
Authors: Oakley, S.
College/School:University Services > Research Strategy and Innovation > Research and Innovation Services
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