PhD Up – Reflective Research Integrity: Plagiarism and Redundant Publication

Discover principles and responsibilities around citation and authorship within your HDR projects.

Plagiarism of the work of others or the work of yourself (redundant or duplicate publication) are examples of irresponsible research practices. In this session, we will discuss principles and responsibilities around citation and authorship. This session will help researchers reflect on their practices and make those practices responsible and trustworthy.

Learning outcomes​​​​​​​

  • Understand what research integrity is and why it matters
  • Awareness of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research and its principles and responsibilities around citation and acknowledgement
  • Awareness of iThenticate plagiarism detection software.

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