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OEduverse Research Ethics Course: July 6-8, 2020

Ethical dilemmas may arise in all stages of the research process, ranging from stating your research objective, through data collection and analysis, to reporting and publishing your findings.

Based on real-life cases (including your own), (interactive) videos, ethical guidelines, and relevant articles, the objective of this workshop is not so much to teach you about the theory of ethics, but rather to provide you with a hands on approach to adequately resolving the ethical dilemmas that you are likely to come across during the course of your career as a scientist. Specifically, this workshop aims to help develop your skills in identifying the ethical issues that play into research and will familiarize you with a structured sequence for arriving at ethically sound decisions. Finally, we will address the questions of whether and how to pick your battles and how to develop your moral courage on an ongoing basis.

Although the course will rely on supporting materials, such as ethics guidelines, and relevant articles from the extant literature, specific emphasis will be placed on the (anonymized) ethical issues that participants themselves have encountered. In doing so, the course seeks to cover a broad range of issues ranging from human subject research (non-maleficence) to publication ethics and authorship credit. This course is aimed at active researchers (regardless of disciplinary background and career stage) who are committed to successfully navigating the ethical dilemmas they may encounter in their day to day activities.

The language of the course will be English. For more details and to apply, visit: https://oeduverse.eu/events/research-ethics/

You can find further information in the flyer.

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