The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) has developed two separate sets of resources to promote research integrity.
The first is a series of infographics that researchers, instructors, mentors, or administrators can use to help promote research integrity at an institution. They include the following:
5 Ways Supervisors Can Promote Research Integrity
Possible Red Flags of Research Misconduct...
In the September 2016 Semiannual Report to Congress, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of Inspector General (OIG) reports on a series of misconduct investigations, involving data fabrication and plagiarism (starting on page 21).
The report details research misconduct findings from the past 6 months. The titles of the cases provide a good indication of what they involved:
The UNH Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Activity (RCR) Committee announces the availability of training in the ethical and responsible conduct of research. This training meets the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture’s (NIFA) RCR training requirement, and is open to any member of the UNH community. While it is primarily directed at...
In June 2016, this site featured a post on the PLOS “Ten Simple Rules” Collection. Since then, there has been an addition to the collection; published on October 20, 2016, it is entitled, Ten Simple Rules for Digital Data Storage.
The first in the collection, Ten Simple Rules for Getting Published, was published in PLOS Computational Biology in October 2005. The others documents cover a wide...
The UNH Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Activity (RCR) Committee recently held two RCR trainings involving over 125 participants.
The first training on October 7, 2016, co-hosted by the UNH Graduate School, was for incoming doctoral students. Since Fall 2011, the UNH Graduate Council has required all incoming doctoral students complete RCR training the end of their first semester...