PhD Up – Research Integrity Q&A Panel: DSC

Research Integrity Advisors from the College of Design and Social Context will discuss the principles of research integrity and answer questions.

The principles of research integrity tell us how to do trustworthy and excellent research. They are vital to ensuring public trust in the research endeavour. The experience of researchers and the expectations of their research discipline can affect how researchers meet these principles. In this session, Research Integrity Advisors from the College of Design and Social Context will discuss the principles of research integrity and answer questions from the audience.

Learning outcomes​​​​​​​

  • Awareness of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research and how its principles and responsibilities relate to the practice of researchers
  • Understand what research integrity is and why it matters
  • Awareness of the RMIT Research Integrity Advisors Network.

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