Research integrity issues fill the academic news, and include plagiarism, data falsification and image manipulation. Integrity violations are complex because of the gray zones between where bad practice ends and genuine malpractice begin. No real consensus exists about the boundaries, even though many people have strong opinions. The goal of this panel is to engage in a scholarly discussion about integrity issues using specific examples drawn from the book "Quantifying Research Integrity" (Morgan Claypool, forthcoming 2017).
|Original language||American English|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 1 2017|