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  • Seminars and webinars

    Universiti Malaysia Seminar: Authorship

    Dr Trevor Lane, COPE Council member, was invited by the Faculty of Science and Natural Resources of the Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia, to give an online seminar on 1 July 2022 about authorship issues. Titled “Publication Ethics and Authorship Dispute”, the hour-long event was targeted at university researchers aiming to publish their research in peer-reviewed journals, as well as at resea…
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    Publication ethics in an open world

    …4th World STM Journal Forum: Publication ethics Dan Kulp, COPE Chair, was invited to speak at the 4th World STM Journal Forum organised by the Chinese Association of Science & Technology (CAST), July 2021. Dan spoke about the some of the current issues around publication ethics in the industry such as: authorship issues; fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism; image mani…
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    Seminar 2021: Ethical authorship versus fraudulent authorship

    In this webinar, the speakers cover ways of promoting ethical authorship and preventing fraudulent authorship. The CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) system, authorship definitions and policies, and relevant operating procedures and education are reviewed from institutional and publishing perspectives. This session is one of
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    Seminar 2021: Keynote address

    The keynote address opened the COPE Seminar 2021. Taking place over a week, the online seminar included a series of nine sessions, with speakers invited to share their experiences.
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    Seminar 2021: Authorship for sale

    …How do we deal with the growing problem of paper mills? The webinar panelists discussed the prevalence of paper mills, the systematic manipulation of the publication process by individuals or organised groups to guarantee publication, often through sale of authorship or manipulating article acceptance.  This session is one of 
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    WCRI 2019: Responsible authorship

    COPE was invited to speak on responsible authorship in this panel discussion. Charon Pierson gave a view from COPE with an analysis of 134 authorship cases that have been submitted to COPE, by members, for discussion and advice. The qualitative analysis of cases related to authorship and contributorship reflects several broad categories of intentional and unintentional behaviours by auth…
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    European Seminar 2019: Exploring Publication Ethics Issues in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

    We set out to ask: •Are AHSS editors aware of COPE and how can we best communicate our services to them? •What issues are they dealing with that are problematic and what do they need in terms of support? •What is COPE not currently providing? Respondents were asked to report issues that were most widespread and frequent: 1) Addressing langu…
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    European Seminar 2019: COPE retraction guidelines

    Session on retractions at the European Seminar 2019, with speaker Howard Browman who shares a review of the updated Retraction Guidelines from COPE. During the session we also heard from Thed Van Leeuwen and Catriona Fennell. Links to their presentations are below: Watch now
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    North American Seminar 2019: In the aftermath of authorship violations in philosophy

    Michael Dougherty, Professor of Philosophy, Ohio Dominican University speaks about authorship violations in philosophy including: using pseudonyms in philosophy and how to avoid post-publication pseudonym surprises. why we should be concerned about plagiarism, types of plagiarism in philosophy and what are the options for whistleblowers? What editors and publishers…
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    North American Seminar 2019: Women also know history

    Karin Wulf, Professor of History and well-known “Chef” in the Scholarly Kitchen introduced us to the terms “manels” and “whanels” (all male panels and all white panels) and provided some suggestions to help identify a more diverse group of experts from which to draw authors, reviewers, editorial board memb…
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    North American Seminar 2019: Ethical challenges in the arts, humanities, and social sciences

    At the North American seminar 2019, Kath Burton (Associate Editorial Director of Arts & Humanities, Routledge, Taylor & Francis) presented the initial research findings and the solution put together on the back of some research conducted by COPE, supported by Routledge. The aim of the research was to better understand the publication ethics needs of arts, humanities and social sc…
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    North American Seminar 2019: Just ideas? The Status and Future of Publication Ethics in Philosophy

    At the 2019 COPE North American Seminar, Rebecca Kennison, from K|N Consultants, presented details of a project which  "seeks to foster greater awareness among humanities scholars and editors about ethical issues in philosophy publishing…. [It] acknowledges that research and publication ethics in the humanities are in many ways, and for good reasons, complex matters and that, unlike in t…
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    COPE webinar 2017: Standards in authorship

    COPE's first webinar for information, shared discussion and practical advice on common authorship issues faced by COPE members, was held in June 2017. Authorship standards: perspectives from  Guest speakers…
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    China Seminar 2017: Identifying authorship: how hard can it be?

    …Download presentation: Identifying authorship: how hard can it be? [PDF, 2,109 KB]…
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    China Seminar 2017: Promoting awareness of good authorship practice

    …Download presentation: Promoting awareness of good authorship practice [PDF, 1,290KB]…
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    Seminar 2016: Authors, understanding responsibilities and managing expectations - Zoë Mullan, Founding Editor, The Lancet Global Health

    … Download presentation: Authors: understanding responsibilities and managing expectations [PDF, 1034KB] …
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    North America Seminar 2014: Persistent identifiers in the authoring process

    …Download presentation: Persistent identifiers in the authoring process [PDF, 7400KB]…
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    North American Seminar 2011: Ghosts, Guests and other Distortions of Authorship

    …Download presentation: Ghosts, Guests and other Distortions of Authorship [PDF, 1240 KB]…
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    North American Seminar 2011: What is ORCID and Why is it Relevant for Editors?

    …Download presentation: What is ORCID and Why is it Relevant for Editors?  [PDF, 2410 KB]  …
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    North American Seminar 2011: Authorship issues in mathematics

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