Webinar: Understanding Research Ethics

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Thursday 17th of September 2020 @10:00 GMT

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What we will cover

 

Managing and staying on the right side of publication ethics can be confusing for researchers. In this webinar, we outline common ethical issues encountered in academic publishing, including plagiarism, one of the most common reasons for article rejection from international journals.

Who should attend

Those who want to learn how to keep focus working away from their normal workplace

Those who want to learn how to manage their workload with all these new distractions

Those who want to know the best resources for online presenting

Those who want to teach remotely and effectively

Those who want to network and communicate as effectively as in person

Those who generally want to improve their science communication skills

Presented by Dr. Gareth Dyke 

 

Gareth writes content and runs highly engaging training courses aimed at early career researchers, predominantly working from home over the last 5 years.

Gareth is also a prolific scientific author who has published more than 280 articles in peer-reviewed journals over the last 20 years, including in Nature, Science, Proceedings of the National Academy (USA) and other high-profile outlets. His research has been widely covered in the media and he is often invited to present talks and lead workshops around the world, most recently in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, China, Colombia, Spain, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia. Workshops in China run by Gareth in 2019 were attended by more than 5,000 colleagues. He has written numerous news and other popular articles including in Scientific American, New Scientist, and Nature and is a regular contributor to The Conversation (scientific news website).

He manages the Taylor & Francis journal Historical Biology as Editor-in-Chief. Gareth has mentored students at all levels (Masters, PhD, Adult Education) and has developed a large range of in-class teaching and distance learning techniques. He has worked in the USA, Ireland, and the UK, including for more than 15 years as a full-time University academic (University College Dublin, National Oceanography Centre University of Southampton).

Gareth is uniquely positioned to teach and advise with authority on all aspects of the scientific publishing process, grant writing, and personal development as he is an experienced researcher, reviewer, editor, and journal manager with a strong background in technical and popular writing. He is accredited as a course leader and teacher by the Higher Education Authority (HEA) in the UK as well as by the Irish HEA.

 

Webinar: Understanding Research Ethics

Thursday 17th of September 2020 @10:00 GMT

Day(s)

:

Hour(s)

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Cost: Free


*Please note that the webinar is limited to the first 50 registrants for free

**Please still register if you are unable to attend the live session and we will automatically send you a recording of the event to watch

Register now to avoid disappointment