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CIRIT: Cross-Institutional Research Integrity Training

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Research Integrity – Dilemmas, “Goodness”, Virtues and the Middle Position

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What does it mean to be a good and virtuous researcher?

Training focuses on promoting reflection on personal attitudes and behaviours in research, along with promotion of the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity and the Policy Statement on Ensuring Research Integrity in Ireland.

Exercises covered in the training seminar include:

The Dilemma Game: This exercise supports participants in identifying research integrity principles, virtues and misconduct in a case and provides a framework to consider, choose and defend alternative courses of action regarding realistic dilemmas in research integrity.

Virtues and Norms: This exercise helps to develop approaches for implementing virtues in real life dilemmas by relating virtues to norms of action while reflecting on a real research integrity dilemma from different perspectives by means of dialogue.

The Middle Position: Can you be too honest? This exercise helps to develop moral sensitivity with respect to basic virtues related to research integrity. In particular it fosters reflection on the inherent moral ambiguity of specific virtues and how this ambiguity looks like in concrete research practice.

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