Navigating Open Research at the University of Exeter.
Watch this insightful video presented by Sofia Fernandes, Open Research Manager at the University of Exeter's library, where you'll learn a comprehensive overview of the latest developments, challenges, and opportunities in the realm of open research for researchers and institutions.
Why practice research matters in the arts: valuing the benefits of co-production between researchers, artists and audiences.
Professor Sarah Whatley discusses the ways in which practice research is a valuable method for showing how co-production can bring together researchers, artists and other stakeholders (including audiences) for mutual benefit.
Enhancing international collaboration: The role of trusted research at Nottingham.
Jason Feehily, Head-Trusted Research at the University of Nottingham, talked about increasing and deepening international collaborations across Research, Knowledge Exchange and Teaching within the Trusted Research framework. Jason drew out case studies from their experience and shared the University's approach and experience.
Research integrity, ethics, governance and culture – what’s the difference and does it matter?
Dr Simon Kolstoe, Reader in Bioethics, University of Portsmouth, UK; and UKRIO Trustee. In this video, Simon focuses on key topics in research integrity, research ethics and governance and culture. It is aimed at those early in their careers, those with responsibilities for leading and training researchers, and those looking for a refresher on these important issues.
Introduction to research integrity.
Ms Zoë Hammatt, Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Hawaii; research integrity consultant; and UKRIO Trustee.In this video, Zoë focuses on key topics in research integrity and research culture. It is aimed at those early in their careers, those with responsibilities for leading and training researchers, and those looking for a refresher on these important issues.
Recommended checklist for researchers.
The Checklist is a one-page, non-technical checklist for the key points of good practice in research. Use of the Checklist can assist researchers and organisations in fulfilling the requirements of regulatory, funding and other bodies and ensure that important issues have not been overlooked.
Recommended Checklist for Research Communities During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
This checklist is aimed at individuals and organisations performing research of any kind during a pandemic – helping them anticipate issues that may affect the quality and ethical standards of their research and think about how they might be addressed.
Self-Assessment Tool for The Concordat to Support Research Integrity.
This self-assessment tool has been developed to help institutions identify areas of their research practices, systems and policies, researcher development and monitoring that may need to be revised in order to adhere to the requirements and recommendations of The Concordat to Support Research Integrity (2019).
Improving research culture: confidence in qualitative assessment approaches.
Dr Stroobants discusses the current momentum for research and academic assessment reform, including through the recently launched Coalition for Advancing Research Assessment, holds a lot of potential for improving research culture.
Introduction to the Concordat to Support Research Integrity.
This guide aims to provide introductory information on the Concordat to Support Research Integrity to those not familiar with it. It should be of use to researchers, research integrity officers and those who are considering raising concerns relating to research integrity with a research organisation.