This section of the course will satisfy the requirements of the Scholarship and Research Integrity (SARI) program, covering responsible conduct of research (RCR) issues, such as: the acquisition, management, sharing, and ownership of data; publication practices and responsible authorship; conflicts of interest and commitment; research misconduct (falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism); peer review; collaborative science; mentor/trainee responsibilities; human subjects protections; and animal welfare.
- Build knowledge and comprehension of procedural ethics.
- Define, recognize, give examples, and interpret situations through an analysis of procedural ethics.
- Identify and classify where conflicts of interest, and other procedural ethics, may occur in given examples.
- Explain and defend reasoning for claims.
What is due for Lesson 2?
This lesson will take us one week to complete. Please refer to the Course Syllabus for specific time frames and due dates. Specific directions for the assignment below can be found within this lesson.
|To Do||Read and familiarize yourself with all the Lesson 2 materials.|
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