Science Integrity – Between Research Ethics and Plagiarism

Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity: How do you define and detect plagiarism?

12 November, 9am – 11 am CET, online

GRACE partner “The Reseach Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC-SAZU)” held an online event on 12 November on Research Ethics and Plagiarism.
The morning session was held in English (presentations and discussions – introduction in Slovenian)


9.00–9.15 Introduction, Mimi Urbanc (ZRC SAZU)

9.15–9.30 Presentation of the GRACE project, Ildiko Ipolyi (European Science Foundation)

9.30–10.00 Doing Research Ethically in the Social Sciences and Humanities, Ron Iphofen (Independent Research Consultant) – Video timecode 8:42

10.00–10.30 Plagiarism: Definition and Detection, Debora Weber-Wulff (University of Applied Sciences HTW Berlin) – Video timecode 43:44

10.30–11.00 Discussion, moderated by Rok Benčin (ZRC SAZU)



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