Research Integrity Training and Education (RITE) Online Training

Research integrity can be defined as the coherent and consistent adherence to a set of principles that underpin the trustworthiness and excellence of research.

This online training is part of the RMIT University’s RITE Program which aims to support and encourage research integrity, and is compulsory for all HDR candidates.­

Research integrity online training module

The value of research is dependent on integrity. This module introduces the principles and responsibilities of research integrity and the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research and why they matter. The module will take approximately 30 mins to complete and will require a satisfactory pass on the final assessment.

Please complete the module based on your primary role at RMIT:

Joining RITE Online is easy:

For HDR candidates, please access the Research Integrity module in Bridge.

If you're an RMIT staff member, please access the module here.

We will be adding more research integrity modules on specific topics to Bridge throughout 2021.

Additional modules

Additional modules are available for specific aspects of research integrity. These are highly recommended but not compulsory. Please complete the module based on your primary role at RMIT:

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HDR Candidate module

RITE: Planning your research

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RITE: Conflicts of interest

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RITE: Professional responsibilities

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RITE: Managing and recording your research

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RITE: Communication and social responsibility

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RITE: Data selection, analysis and presentation

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RITE: Scholarly publication

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RITE: When things go wrong

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Workshops

RMIT offers workshops to support and encourage research integrity. They engage researchers in thinking about research integrity in the context of their own research, and assist researchers in translating principles to practice. These workshops are tailored to HDR candidates.

Please visit:

Need help? 

Submit an enquiry to the School of Graduate Research

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