UC Davis has developed a series of online video vignettes to help researchers develop their lab leadership and management skills. Each vignette raises and addresses a specific issue, such as authorship, unethical behavior, or managing personnel. Check them out ~ they are designed to address issues faced by researchers in all career stages.
The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) recently posted on its website a series of case studies addressing a vareity of topics in the responsible conduct of research. The ORI Casebook: Stories about Researchers Worth Discussing (Casebook) is desgined to raise awareness of the types of ethical dilemmas researchers may encounter and provide a way to work through them.
The Casebook consists of the following eight topic chapters:
The cover story of the Summer 2013 issue of the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s (AAAS) Professional Ethics Report (PER) is entitled Collaborative International Research ~ Planning for Success. The article examines factors and strategies that foster successful international research collaborations, identifies challenges/pitfalls that may limit such collaborations, and lists the key components of planning for success.
The mission of the Ethics Collaborative Online Resource Environment (CORE) Digital Library is to bring together information on best practices in research ethics, instruction, and responding to ethical problems that arise in research and professional life. The library features online forums, instructional materials, a library, an encyclopedia, and best practices. It is hosted by the University of Illinois and funded by the National Science Foundation.