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Responsible and ethical research practices are at the core of Berkeley’s mission and paramount to our research accomplishments. This seminar series was developed to gather scholars for discussions that elevate all aspects of ethical research.
In our first talk, we are pleased to welcome Cary Moskovitz, Director of the NSF-funded Text Recycling Research Project– featured in Science. Anyone who publishes research, including faculty, staff, post-docs, graduate students, and undergraduates, will benefit from this important discussion on the ethical and legal implications of “text-recycling” (also referred to as “self-plagiarism”). Best practices and tools for your publication needs will be presented and discussed.
Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 1-2 pm
101 Barker Hall
Please join us! RSVP is recommended but not required.