Publishing & Research Ethics Elsevier
A site discussing the major types of scientific misconduct and how to avoid them. Contains online lectures, quick …
Muel Kaptein (Professor Business Ethics at RSM Erasmus University, Partner at KPMG Integrity) created 150 cartoons about ethics at work. His cartoons are funny and make you think. You find all cartoons on slideshare: part I | part II
We have selected 45 cartoons for you (see gallery below). We thought that these cartoons can especially play a role in research integrity. Enjoy! They can be useful in teaching research integrity as the cartoons can be an inspiration to come up with concrete examples where research integrity can be at risk.
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