As the national network on research integrity in The Netherlands, NRIN organizes mutiple symposiums and a diversity of open meetings. Here you can find a collection of these video recordings, accecible for everyone interested.
From August 25-27, the Netherlands Research Integrity Network (NRIN) and the Abraham Kuyper Center (AKC) organized an interactive Summer Seminar on Research Integrity. The aim of this seminar was to think together about the future directions of research integrity and what researchers, research institutions and publishers can do to foster this. Below you can find the clips of all lectures, including the slides of the presentations.
Lex Bouter, Vrije Universiteit & AmsterdamUMC: Introduction and overview.
Marjan Bakker, Tilburg University: Integrity in statistics: (mis)reporting and researcher degrees of freedom.
Michael Willis, Wiley: The significance of preprints and evolving models of peer review.
Daniel Lakens, Eindhoven University of Technology: The replicability crisis; the way forward.
Tamarinde Haven, Charité Berlin
Joeri Tijdink, Vrije Universiteit & AmsterdamUMC
Making a publication plan and solving authorship disputes
Preregister your study protocol and data-analysis plan, and publish your data
Responsible supervision, mentoring and role-modelling: Results from the Superb Supervision pilot course.
Rik Peels, Vrije Universiteit: Replication in the Humanities.
Mariëtte van den Hoven, Amsterdam UMC: The impact of positive approaches towards RCR education in practice
Jeroen de Ridder, Vrije Universiteit: What sort of values do RI codes contain?
Maura Hiney, Health Research Board Ireland: Developing evidence-based guidelines and SOPs for ensuring research integrity – the SOPs4RI project.
Natalie Evans, AmsterdamUMC: The Embassy of Science.
Tamarinde Haven, Charité Berlin: Importance of research climate, based on ARCA.
If you are interested in the dissertation Tamarinde Haven wrote on her ARCA study, visit our thesis section here.
Serge Horbach, Aarhus University: Responsible Peer Review: expectations, formal and informal practices.
Ana Marusic, University of Split: The editors-perspective; how to deal with a changing publication system.
Joris van Rossum, STM: Reproducibility, data and artificial intelligence in publishing.
Catriona Fennell, Elsevier: Research integrity in the spotlight; a publisher's perspective.