In this PowerPoint with embedded audio, AHRECS senior consultant Mark Israel delivers a 12-minute talk about authorship. This is a handy resource for HDRs and ECRs.
Commentary by Nik Zeps on ‘Guest Post: Interesting Versus True? Measuring Transparency and Reproducibility of Biomedical Articles’, Scholarly Kitchen
A lot is said about questionable publishers or predatory publishers, but what are we talking about, have there been changes, and does the message need to be different depending upon the career stage of our audience?
A comprehensive resource (including 44 short audios spoken by Prof. Mark Israel) about the Australian Code (2018).
Commentary on why questionable publishers might be a more accurate term than predatory publishers.
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).
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.
Commentary sheet about this research integrity statement that was one of the outcomes from the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity (2010). Despite the passage of time, it remains a useful reference for multi-jurisdictional research.