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Institutional sharing seen as key to students’ scholarly integrity

Graduate schools need to learn from each other and share best practice when it comes to ensuring their students develop research and scholarly integrity, according to a report from the Council on Graduate Schools.

The 14 August report, ‘Research and Scholarly Integrity in Graduate Education: A Comprehensive Approach’ outlines the findings from the council’s Project for Scholarly Integrity, which began in 2008 and is financed by the federal Office of Research Integrity. It tracked six universities as they designed ethics training for graduates, surveying each institution’s progress.

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