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IN PERSON: Responsible Authorship and Publication Practices

 

About this workshop

This workshop will give you a brief overview of different types of problematic authorship practices and approaches to address them. It will also, briefly, consider predatory publishers and give you tips to identify and avoid these outlets.

By participating in this workshop you will empower yourself with both knowledge and tools that you can utilise to strengthen your own research and to develop and deliver responsible research projects. It will also allow you to critically assess your publication options and make an informed decision as to which avenues are suitable for valid dissemination of research outputs.

This is the third in a 3-part workshop series which we encourage you to take as a complete set.

 

Preparation for the workshop

Attendees must complete Module 3 of the ORI’s online RCR training programme; available via www.successfactors.uct.ac.za.

Participants should be prepared to actively engage in collaborative activities via a range of tools (e.g., Mentimeter or post-its and flipcharts) and should bring a device that enables use of these tools during the seminar (e.g. laptop or smart phone). Physical stationery will be supplied for some activities.

 

What previous attendees have said about this workshop:

  • "Paula is such an excellent speaker - much credit goes to her as well as Amanda for these useful sessions. I could not attend all of them but the ones I did attend were absolutely amazing: engaging and informative. Thank you once again."
  • "...there are channels we can follow if things break down with our supervisors - I am not as naïve as I was before the session."

 

About the presenter

Mrs Paula Saner, Research Integrity Manager, Office of Research Integrity (ORI)

Paula has been based in the ORI since 2014 and has been responsible for developing and delivering both branches (synchronous and asynchronous) of the institution’s responsible conduct of research (RCR) training programme.

 

What level of study is the workshop aimed at?

Postgraduate Diploma

No

Honours

No

Masters

Yes

PhD

Yes

Postdoctoral Fellow

Yes

Junior Research Fellow

Yes

 

Which faculty/faculties is the workshop aimed at?

Humanities

Yes

Commerce (including GSB)

Yes

Law

Yes

EBE

Yes

Science

Yes

Health Sciences

Yes

CHED

Yes

 

While the workshop is aimed at certain levels of study and faculties, anyone is welcome to join, as long as any stipulated requirements are met, such as participation and/or preparation.

 

Requirements

Level of participation at the workshop

Participants will be expected to actively engage in workshop exercises, discussions and deliberations.

Registration

When registering for this workshop, you will be prompted to input your UCT credentials, including UCT e-mail address, for security reasons.  A confirmation e-mail will then be sent to the UCT e-mail address with which you registered.

 

Date:
Tuesday, March 19, 2024
Time:
10:00am - 12:30pm
Location:
Hlanganani Junction - Level 5 - Chancellor Oppenheimer Library
Campus:
Upper Campus
Presenter:
Mrs Paula Saner, Research Integrity Manager, Office of Research Integrity (ORI)
Audience:
All Postgraduate Students and Fellows
Categories:
OPGS workshops

Registration is required. There are 78 seats available.

Event Organizer

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Amanda Bessick

 

Contact:

Room 2.04  Level 2 Otto Beit Building

University Avenue, Upper Campus

University of Cape Town

Rondebosch 7700

 

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Social media:

@UCTpostgrads

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