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Training opportunities and workshops related to conducting research, scholarship, and creative activities at UT.


RCR Lunch and Learn series continued, with a session conducted by Associate Vice Chancellor for Research Robert Nobles. The session, entitled “Plagiarism and Tools for Prevention,” introduced plagiarism as the most prevalent form of research misconduct and discussed the importance of understanding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and proper citation and credit to scholarly work and publication.
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Responsible Conduct of Research Lunch and Learn series kicked off this week with two sessions on data management. The series, offered through the Office of Research and Engagement, boasts a comprehensive program of topic areas intended to educate our campus community about the importance of ethical research practices and relevant compliance topics.

Christopher B. Eaker, assistant professor, data curation librarian, and member of the Hodges Library Scholar’s Collaborative Group, led both sessions on data management this week. Samantha Ehrlich, assistant professor in the Department of Public Health, served as rapporteur for the topic and summarized the learning objectives and outcomes on behalf of the Office of Research and Engagement.
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