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Instruction
Members of The Embassy of Good Science have developed a set of six user-friendly, accessible methods for analysing research ethics and research integrity cases. These methods have been identified, adapted and presented so that they can be appropriated by all users, without prior philosophical knowledge, in local contexts.
2 hour(s)
Participatory sessions, Case analysis method
Instruction
Members of The Embassy of Good Science have developed a set of six user-friendly, accessible methods for analysing research ethics and research integrity cases. These methods have been identified, adapted and presented so that they can be appropriated by all users, without prior philosophical knowledge, in local contexts.
2 hour(s)
Individual learning, Case analysis method
Instruction
Members of The Embassy of Good Science have developed a set of six user-friendly, accessible methods for analysing research ethics and research integrity cases. These methods have been identified, adapted and presented so that they can be appropriated by all users, without prior philosophical knowledge, in local contexts.
2 hour(s)
Case analysis method, Individual learning
Instruction
Members of The Embassy of Good Science have developed a set of six user-friendly, accessible methods for analysing research ethics and research integrity cases. These methods have been identified, adapted and presented so that they can be appropriated by all users, without prior philosophical knowledge, in local contexts.
2 hour(s)
Case analysis method, Individual learning
Instruction
Members of The Embassy of Good Science have developed a set of six user-friendly, accessible methods for analysing research ethics and research integrity cases. These methods have been identified, adapted and presented so that they can be appropriated by all users, without prior philosophical knowledge, in local contexts.
2 hour(s)
Case analysis method, Individual learning
Instruction
Members of The Embassy of Good Science have developed a set of six user-friendly, accessible methods for analysing research ethics and research integrity cases. These methods have been identified, adapted and presented so that they can be appropriated by all users, without prior philosophical knowledge, in local contexts.
2 hour(s)
Case analysis method, Individual learning
Instruction
These instructions provide information on how to obtain the VIRT2UE training certificate.
1 hour(s)
Blended learning
Instruction
This exercise helps participants to identify the features of, and differences between, debate and dialogue. Participants become aware of the strengths of dialogue as a tool for reflection processes.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
In this exercise the group, consisting of researchers, discusses factors in the research culture that foster or threaten the responsible conduct of research. They link the factors to their own practice and come up with ways to deal with the threatening factors and to make use of the fostering factors to foster responsible conduct of their research.
1 hour(s)
10
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
These instructions provide information on how to organize the work in between (face to face) group sessions.
25 hour(s)
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This series of eLearning modules provides an introduction to virtue ethics, and highlights the relevance of virtue ethics for research integrity. Learners are invited to self-assess newly gained knowledge, relate and apply the concepts in reflexive exercises, or reflect on the relevance of these concepts for their daily research practice by drawing upon their prior experience.
1 hour(s)
eLearning
Instruction
This series of eLearning modules provides an introduction to the main principles of research integrity, describes the guidance outlined in the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (ECoC), and asks you to apply the ECoC to your own context.
1 hour(s)
eLearning
Instruction
This series of eLearning modules highlights the relevance of supervision, mentoring, and role-modeling in research environments and provides definitions of roles and their corresponding responsibilities.
1 hour(s)
eLearning
Instruction
Meet some of the VIRTUE trainers and discover their experiences with the VIRT2UE training. See the list of certified VIRT2UE trainers here.
0.5 hour(s)
Instruction
This exercise supports participants in identifying research integrity principles, virtues and questionable research practices in a hypothetical case. It provides a framework to consider, choose and defend alternative courses of action regarding realistic research integrity dilemmas.
2 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This instruction provides you with an overview of all the necessary steps that you will need to take to organize a VIRT2UE training.
9 hour(s)
Blended learning
Instruction
These instructions prepare you to experience the first (face to face) group sessions of the VIRT2UE blended learning program on research integrity.
18 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
These instructions provide an overview of the readings and assignments introducing the concepts and issues addressed in the VIRT2UE training.
3 hour(s)
Blended learning, Individual learning
Instruction
The VIRT2UE project has developed videos introducing the concept of Research Integrity. These are available on The Embassy youtube channel.
0.5 hour(s)
Instruction
After receiving your certificate, you will receive an invitation to register as a Research Integrity expert on the ENERI e-Community so you can be easily identified as a VIRT2UE trainer.
0.5 hour(s)
Instruction
These instructions provide you with information on how to prepare and experience the second (face to face) group session of the VIRT2UE training.
8 hour(s)
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
Participants vote to statements regarding the research culture, to give an impression of how we are doing, and what PhD candidates experience. The voting is anonymous, but the teacher will invite the audience to elucidate and to share examples.
Instruction
This exercise fosters reflection on the concept of goodness and how it applies in the context of research.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
The Embassy of Good Science offers to the community the first issue of the newsletter in July 2021. Here you will find the most relevant news and announcements. Concretely, the first newsletter highlights the initiatives of VIRT2UE trainers from Latvia, Ireland and the UK. Their experiences related and initiatives related to the Train-the-Trainer program are available below.
0.5 hour(s)
Instruction
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 real-life research practice.
2 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
The VIRT2UE materials are CC BY 4.0 licensed. We encourage you to use them, adapt them, and translate them into your own language.

On this page we provide instructions about how to translate the subtitles of the VIRT2UE e-learning modules.

Each course comprises of one ore more eLearning modules, of which links to documents containing the subtitles are listed separately.
30 hour(s)
Instruction
The VIRT2UE materials are CC BY 4.0 licensed. We encourage you to use them, adapt them, and translate them into your own language. On this page we provide instructions about how to translate the VIRT2UE training guide.
30 hour(s)
Instruction
The VIRT2UE materials are CC BY 4.0 licensed. We encourage you to use them, adapt them, and translate them into your own language. On this page we provide instructions about how to translate the VIRT2UE training guide.
30 hour(s)
Instruction
The VIRT2UE project has developed videos demonstrating the participation exercises. These are available on The Embassy youtube channel.
1 hour(s)
Instruction
A number of videos have been developed by the VIRT2UE project. These are available on The Embassy YouTube channel
5 hour(s)
Instruction
See the original version of the exercise.
1 hour(s)
Participatory sessions
Instruction
This series of eLearning modules fosters reflection on the current research culture and conditions that undermine values inherent in the scientific endeavour and make it more likely that researchers develop some vices.
1 hour(s)
eLearning
Instruction
This exercise helps participants to develop approaches for implementing virtues in real life dilemmas by relating virtues to norms of action. Participants reflect on a real research integrity dilemma from different perspectives by means of dialogue.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This workshop is designed to raise awareness of the current research climate in which the participants are doing their research, to let them diagnose research integrity issues that come with that research culture and to propose ways to deal with those.
4 hour(s)
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
In a 2x 45 min workshop, the students get an impression of what research integrity is about and what kind of dilemma’s in research can occur. The main purpose is to raise awareness and to enable students to recognise and talk about issues in the conduct of research.
2 hour(s)
Face to Face
Instruction
See the related instruction on the full workshop using movie fragments (general approach).
1 hour(s)
20
Participatory sessions, Face to Face
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