The RCR Committee, Graduate School, Research Office and Collaborative Research Excellence (CoRE) Initiative hold a series of workshops each academic year on the theme, Research Integrity from Inception through Dissemination, addressing issues that arise during the life cycle of a research study. In the Fall 2020 semester, workshops will be held via Zoom. Registration is required; the Zoom link will be emailed to registered individuals the day before the workshop.
The workshops for Fall 2020 are as follows:
Wednesday, September 23, 2020, 3:10-4:30 pm via Zoom
Data, Data, Everywhere...
Responsible data management begins with planning for a research project and continues after the findings are published. Establishing and implementing strategies for the collection and handling, sharing and re-use, secure storage, ongoing accessibility, and long-term preservation of data carries additional concerns for researchers. But good data management practices can protect your data from accidental loss or disclosure, help researchers comply with funder requirements, and improve research integrity and reproducibility. This workshop will focus on strategies for responsible data management practices, navigating resources at UNH, and recordkeeping practices to improve transparency and avoid bias. Presenter: Dr. Patricia Condon, UNH Library.
Registration for this workshop is closed ~ please email Julie Simpson if you would like to attend.
Wednesday, November 4, 2020, 3:10-4:30 pm via Zoom
Authorship as a Team Sport: How to Play by the Rules and be an All-Star
Understanding the ins and outs of authorship is often challenging; power dynamics combined with differing disciplinary conventions and varying academic journal requirements may result in a veritable minefield, especially in multidisciplinary collaborations. Further, while seeking the credit that authorship confers, authors also need to understand that the other side of the authorship coin is taking responsibility for the contents of the publication. This workshop will focus on responsible authorship practices, navigating power dynamics, and strategies to prevent (or minimize) authorship disputes. Panel Presentation.
Registration for this workshop is available here ~ https://unh.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_77AeXWdZno2gT9b
The topics for Spring 2021 are:
Details will be posted here nearer the beginning of the Spring semester.
For questions about this workshop series or UNH's RCR Program, please contact Julie Simpson, (603) 862-2003, in Research Integrity Services.