Courses on Research Integrity
Research Integrity is more than prevention of scientific misconduct - research integrity offers guidelines for professional research.
Knowledge about integrity, appropriate methods and handling of data enables scientists to deal with their own research, to evaluate the work of and manage the exchange with others in a professional and ethical way.
Dahlem Research School in cooperation with Humboldt Graduate School and Potsdam Graduate School offers a broad range of courses on research integrity, open to all doctoral researchers of the Berlin University Alliance and the University of Potsdam.
Workshops in the field of research integrity can be booked on their website.
Online offer "Good Academic Practice during Doctoral Studies"
Doctoral researchers of Freie Universität have access to the following eLearning offer, developed by GRADE, the (post)graduate academy of Goethe University Frankfurt.
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Further offers of Freie Universität Berlin
Literature management is essential to a transparent presentation of research results. In cooperation with the University Library, Dahlem Research School offers courses on current software solutions:
Research methods are another element of research integrity. The statistical consulting team (fu:stat) and the Further Education Center offer a number of courses on quantitative and qualitative assessment tools:
Digitization is playing an increasingly important role in teaching and research. The competence center for e-learning, e-research and multimedia, the Center for Digital Systems at the University Library, offers advanced training:
Certificate program for permanent academic staff
Dahlem Research School offers the course "Good Scientific Practice - Protecting Scientific Integrity" as a mandatory part of the certificate program for permanent academic staff. The organization of the certificate program takes place via the Further Education Center of Freie UNiversität. The contact persons are Sebastian Treu (organizational questions) and Karin Abel (content questions).