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Routledge Literature Jun 13
What are the top 5 issues faced by editors in the arts, humanities and social sciences? Read the key findings from our recent research with to find out:
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Publication Ethics Jun 11
UPDATED: A Short Guide to Ethical Editing for New Editors. Becoming an editor of a journal is an exciting but daunting task. This short guide summarises key issues and provides links to useful resources.
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Ann. Saudi Med. May 2
Dr. Hadeel Alkofide delivers her talk about ethics in research.
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Durga Prasanna Misra Jun 11
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cabells.com Jun 12
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Publication Ethics Jun 12
Presented at the COPE North American Seminar by , the white paper on research into in Philosophy is available for comment and community discussion: Just Ideas? The Status and Future of Publication Ethics in Philosophy
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Mohamad Mostafa Dec 23
‘Lack of awareness’ this is one of the issues that ⁦⁩ is working on and will focus on providing more educational resources in 2019.
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Puma Sundaresan Mar 12
Daniel Hamilton presents some scary stats on how many retracted papers still get cited, or worse, used in generation of guidelines! Needs vigilance
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Helen Kara May 31
Dear Journal Editors, please don't ask me to peer review articles on Indigenous research unless at least one of the other reviewers is an Indigenous researcher. Thank you.
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Publication Ethics May 31
We're on our way to Hong Kong for , taking part in the discussions on "New challenges in ". will speak about preprints, responsible authorship, predatory publishing and transparency in research.
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Sabina Alam May 6
Good morning Looking forward to the first day of talks at
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Maria Kowalczuk Jun 4
Growth in research integrity and ethics publications - Michael Khor
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Matt Hodgkinson May 31
I'm presenting at : 1. Poster, "Is anybody out there?", on 's experience of reporting & issues to institutions; 2. Talk on , panel chaired by Susan Zimmerman of .
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Anna O'Brien May 23
Interesting findings from ⁦⁩ after surveying SSH journal editors on . Top challenge: addressing language and writing quality while remaining inclusive
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Maria Kowalczuk Dec 20
RePAIR consensus guidelines: Responsibilities of Publishers, Agencies, Institutions, and Researchers in protecting the integrity of the research record - delineating the roles and proposing solutions
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Boffin Access Limited. Jan 15
is dedicated to publishing extraordinary content while adhering to the high standards of internationally accepted code of outlined by .
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Publication Ethics May 30
Our speakers have answered the questions we couldn't get to during the Allegations of Misconduct eg Q: Please give an example of salami slicing, how it was detected, and how it was addressed.
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Nicola Nugent Mar 29
Some practical suggestions for authors, reviewers, editors and journals dealing reviewers who excessively self-cite "Reviewer-coerced citation: case report, update on journal policy and suggestions for future prevention"
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The Munin Conference Jun 14
, come to for 's workshop on standards of on 26 November 2019. And stay for the Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing !
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Publication Ethics Jun 10
Key findings from our research into issues faced by arts, humanities, and social sciences journal editors. With support from we carried out this research to assess current and future needs. See initial results:
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