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Research Integrity

Research Integrity Courses

Research Integrity 1: online research integrity courses

These short self-paced courses seek to provide you with an overview of the principles, responsibilities and importance of research integrity. They cover what research misconduct looks like, how it can be avoided and reported, and where you can find help for maintaining and promoting integrity in your research work.

Research Integrity 1b – Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Research Integrity 1c – Technology & Physical Sciences

Once you have completed one of these courses, you are welcome to participate in case study-based workshop via Zoom. 

Please note: you will need to sign-up to Inkpath using your Raven log in details to be able to see the specific course booking pages linked above. 

Research Integrity 2: exploring case-studies and best practice

Following up from the online self-taught research integrity courses, this workshop aims to facilitate further discussion on the questions and challenges researchers face in their research practice and help you reflect on and embed best practice within in your research context.  In addition to a brief review of the basic course content, additional information will be introduced and applied immediately through analysis of case studies and small group discussion.

The workshop lasts two hours and is held twice per term via Zoom. You can book a place on any of these upcoming sessions in 2022/2023: 

 Please note:you should complete one of these short self-paced courses that provides an overview of the principles, responsibilities and importance of research integrity before attending the research integrity workshops

Research Integrity 3: Research Integrity sessions for postdoctoral researchers

The Research Governance and Integrity Team hold one-hour webinars on specific research integrity and research ethics topics via the Postdoc Academy. Upcoming webinars can be found in the Postdoc Calendar.

Research Integrity 4: Research Ethics and Integrity for Principal Investigators and Team Leaders

Integrity and ethics are core to the requirements of being a research leader, producing excellent research and helping others do the same. This session will, through a mixture of presentation, discussion and case studies, explore the University's expectations as regards ethics and integrity and how research leaders can apply them in their own work and support their teams and colleagues to meet the highest standards.

The course will explore issues of research integrity and misconduct, examine the challenges posed by authorship and provide an introduction to the University's approach to handling research ethics. Sessions will run in Lent term

    Online Internal Courses related to Research Integrity

      Data Protection

      The Office of Personal and Professional Development provides an online data protection training course.

      Bribery Act

      The Finance Division provides online training for all staff in the Bribery Act 2010.

      Research Data Management

      The RDM team offers online and face-to-face training to help you with various aspects of data management ob data sharing data organisation, data visualisation and writing code.

      Research Ethics and Good Research Practice

      It is recommened that you complete one of the online research integrity training noted above. However, we also offer access to the following online courses via Moodle: