Ethics, Integrity and Copyright
Friday, 30 October 2015 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (AEDT)
The Office of Research Ethics and Integrity have partnered with the Copyright Office to put together a program on what can go wrong with ethics, integrity and copyright and how to make sure you get it right!
Choose your own adventure in research integrity
The principles that make research trustworthy and excellent are honesty, fairness, courtesy, responsibility and accountability. The implementation of these principles into research practice depends on you! We will examine and discuss adventures and misadventures in research with a focus on data management, publication, authorship and when things go wrong.
From Concept to Publication – Copyright & Your Research
Copyright not only protects your research but also applies if you use material created by other people. Come and find out what your rights as an author are and how you can both protect and exploit your rights. We’ll also cover what you need to know if you want to use third party copyright material in your research publications.
There will be a short refreshment break between the sessions.
Location Details here.
This event is part of the University of Melbourne Researcher@Library week, which is on from the 26th - 30th October. See the full program for details.