Fabrikation, Fälschung und Plagiat sind die üblichen Verdächtigen wissenschaftlichen Fehlverhaltens. Häufiger kommt es zu geringeren Delikten in der Forschung; auch bekannt als ‘nachlässige Wissenschaft’. Dieser Kurs verdeutlicht die häufigsten Fehlverhalten und deren Auswirkungen. Ziel ist es, das Bewusstsein zu schärfen und ein verantwortungsbewusstes Handeln unter jungen Wissenschaftlern zu fördern.

  • Kernelemente von Guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis
  • Berühmte Beispiele für Fabrikation, Falsifikation und Plagiat
  • Andere Formen der Integritätsverletzung in der Forschung
  • Auswirkungen und Folgen fragwürdiger Forschungspraktiken
  • Faktoren, die zu wissenschaftlichem Fehlverhalten führen können
  • Leitlinien für verantwortliche Forschung


Weitere Informationen unter wissenschaftsrat.de (PDF) und retractionwatch.com

The first webinar of the Open Science MOOC focused on Module 5: Open Research Software and Open Source and was pesented by our team colleague André Maia Chagas. View the slides of this presentation at zenodo.org/record/3242340 Cite as: Maia Chagas, Andre. (2019, June). Bringing science to the 21st Century: Open Source tools for better research. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3242340 Online Course Take the free Open Science MOOC online course: Module 5: Open Research ...
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In an attempt to secure and protect unbiased Open Science in Europe our team member, palaeontologist and Open Access activist Jon Tennant has taken another stand against Elsevier. Elsevier is the biggest and most influential scientific publisher and at the same time probably the most profitable business worldwide. To get an overview of the cascade of events and some background on the story, read the following articles: Tennant J (June 28, 2018), Elsevier ...
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  • Researchers submit a manuscript to a journal for peer review.
  • ...
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The infographic shows how to achieve 100% Open Access for free and legally; available on figshare ...
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In his blog Green Tea and VelociraptorsJon Tennant describes his approach to writing a peer review.  […] I remember the first time I got a review request in the second year of my PhD. An Editor emails you out of the blue, and asks you to provide your expert commentary on research by your colleagues. EXPERT COMMENTARY. BUT I’M NO EXPERT. PANIC. Well, you are an expert to some degree. Which is why ...
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