The HEADT Centre offers students, doctoral students and interested researchers a series of practice-oriented workshops that introduce the topic of research integrity and research misconduct in various academic disciplines. The workshops focus on questions of scholarly practices with a strong focus on texts, data and images. They lay the theoretical foundation to understand the manifold facets of plagiarism, data falsification and fabrication or image manipulation and they present a multitude of examples which are analyzed and discussed together in highly interactive workshops. Participants will have the opportunity to present their own examples for discussion and to bring concrete questions relating to their own scientific work to the plenum.
Due to their interactive structure the workshops are strictly limited to a maximum of 12 participants. Detailed information on the requirements, reading assignments and registration can be found on the workshop pages below.