Targetgroup: doctoral researchers Language: English Duration: 4 hours Deadline: 14 days in advance Participants: 10-12
If you are unable to attend the workshop, please cancel early (at least 6 working days in advance) so that we can reallocate the place. If you cannot attend due to illness, please provide a certificate from your doctor.
The course "Good Scientific Practice. An Introduction" is aimed at all doctoral researchers of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and is a mandatory course in the context of doctoral studies. The aim is to give you an introduction to the guidelines and recommendations of good scientific practice, to discuss your questions and concerns, and to point out solutions or recommended or necessary procedures.
- What is "Good Scientific Practice
- Principles and recommendations
- Possible areas of conflict in academia
- Consequences of scientific misconduct
- Research documentation
- Data protection and "research on humans
- Publishing and publicizing
- Supervision and organizational culture
- Conflict prevention and handling
- Contact persons
- Individual and small group exercises
Dr. Peter Schröder holds a PhD in biology and has many years of teaching experience. Since 2011 he has been working as an independent trainer and consultant in the field of "Good Scientific Practice" at numerous universities and also at their faculties of arts and humanities. Homepage: www.brain4hire.de