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Regardless of whether you call them questionable publishers, pay-to-play publishers or vanity publishers, we need to talk about them in our research integrity professional development efforts. While more entrenched in our thinking, the term predatory publishers no longer accurately reflects the dynamic of ‘shady’ research publishing. This cheeky graphic can be a lighthearted intro to this important topic.
This fun research integrity image is perfect for use in your workshop and other material that talk about predatory publishers (though we prefer the term questionable publishers).
Practical strategies to implement and use Chapter 3.1 of the National Statement (2007 – Updated 2018) – A Human Research Ethics Resource
This human research ethics resource discusses practical strategies to implement the National Statement (2007 – Updated)
Template for institutional investigation procedures (T4IIP ) with regard to alleged breaches of the Australian Code (2018)
A template and notes to assist institutions to implement a breach investigation procedure that aheres to the Australian Code (2018) and doesn’t clash with enterprise bargain agreements.
An activity sheet for a discussion activity about whether it is the role of HRECs to review the merit of a proposed project.
Be a facilitation champion, not an enforcement monster – Two cartoon Human Research Ethics characters
Two human research ethics cartoon characters for use in professional development material about research ethics review.
Commentary piece reflecting on the research integrity and human research ethics considerations for the research use of the data hacked from Ashley Maddison and posted online. Especially given individuals are identified and the access/use was without any consent.