Academic Integrity

Basic concepts and tips on avoiding problems 

Date and time

Format and language

For

Tuesday, March 12
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.  (60 min)

Webinar in English

All students,
PhD candidates

Webinars are free of charge and you do not need to be registered with the library. We will send you detailed instructions for connecting to the given webinar by email after the registration.

Who should participate?

This webinar is designed primarily for doctoral students, but everyone who is interested in scholarly communication is welcome.

What topics will be covered? 

Ethics and academic integrity are crucial for ensuring the trustworthiness, reliability, and reputation of the scientific endeavor. This webinar includes academic integrity concepts and tips such as avoiding plagiarism or predatory journals.

  • What is scientific misconduct, and how does one avoid it?
  • Publication ethics: what is important to keep in mind when publishing an article or designing a research project in order to avoid possible breaches of academic integrity?
Registration for Academic Integrity - March 12 at 10 a.m.
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Technical and software requirements:

  • You will need your laptop, desktop computer, tablet, or mobile phone. Make sure you have access to a high-speed internet connection.

  • The webinar will be conducted using NTK BigBlueButton video conferencing software.

Editor: Barbora Šátková Last modified: 1.2. 2024 08:02