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Responsible Conduct of Research Course

Aim

The course introduces PhD students from The Faculty of Engineering to a range of basic concepts, principles, and norms concerning Responsible Conduct of Research. By stimulating reflection, awareness, and discussion of academic integrity and good scientific conduct, the course contributes to the students’ ability to conduct research in accordance with scholarly and societal rules, principles, and guidelines, as well as current practices at SDU.

The course addresses scholarly, ethical, and legal aspects of the research process, including: research planning; data management; basic elements of information processing; key elements of scholarly publishing, authoring and authorship.

Target group

The course is mandatory for all TEK PhD students enrolled after December 20, 2017.

Content

The course consists of four modules:
• Module 1: Academia and Responsible Conduct of Research
• Module 2: What’s law got to do with it?
• Module 3: Research Data Management
• Module 4: Publication, authorship, and peer reviewing


The form of the four modules varies:
• Module 1: Introductory lectures with group assignments
• Module 2: Online learning session and lecture
• Module 3: Introductory lectures with group assignments
• Module 4: Introductory lecture with group assignments

Each module comprises three hours work load. For each module there is approximately two hours of preparation and/or follow-up. All four modules must be completed.

 

Further Info

Language:English (Danish if only Danish speaking students participate)

To pass the course, students must attend all class lectures, have approved the three short essays assigned after module 1, 3 and 4, and complete an e-learning session in module 2.
The course is equivalent to 2 ECTS.

Module 1: Academia and Responsible Conduct of Research

Module 2: What’s law got to do with it?

Module 3: Research Data Management

Module 4: Publishing, authorship, and peer review

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