Tools for his professional practice

Consider issues of scientific integrity and plagiarism

Context and objective

From logics of “copy-paste” to plagiarism issues of scientific integrity, copyright and intellectual property in higher education and research.


> Know the different forms of plagiarism and the related legislation
> Position yourself in relation to the challenges of scientific ethics
> Appropriate tools for detecting and preventing plagiarism
> Protect your work
> Disseminate and promote its work

Program

Module 1: Definition and challenges

  • Define the forms of plagiarism

  • Be able to detect risky situations and fraudulent practices

  • Identify the problems that this creates in research practice

Module 2: Regulatory framework and daily practices in teaching and research

  • Confront regulatory texts

  • Identify good practices

  • Identify risky situations

Module 3: Detecting plagiarism: concrete cases, examples, sharing of practices

  • Plagiarism in an educational situation

  • Analyze cases and share practices

  • Develop a response strategy

Module 4: Prevention and detection tools, managing cases of plagiarism

  • Identify prevention tools and their operating principle

  • Know the internal procedures and their progress

  • Sharing good practices and developing a critical approach

Module 5: Scientific integrity and research: self-plagiarism, uses of data and research results, sharing of sources and data

  • Analyze the constraints of scientific values

  • Source Management Best Practices

  • Problems of self-plagiarism

  • The specific case of research data

Module 6: Introduction to the principles of intellectual property and plagiarism, and avenues for exploitation in the context of Open Science: protecting your research

  • Introduction to the basic principles of intellectual property

  • Enhance your research dissemination and referencing

  • Pay attention to contractual obligations

  • Learn about the principles of open archiving and creative licensing

Pedagogical tools and methodology

Theoretical contributions; study of regulatory texts; Concrete case studies; Practice exchange workshop.

Public

Permanent researchers

Practical arrangements

Duration: 1 day

Number of participants: Up to 12 participants

Training courses

After: Develop your scientific writing methodology - Discuss and compare your teaching practices