Seminars and webinars

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2018: COPE Australia Seminar

Levers for transparency: from funding through research to publication

Presentation 1
Transparent institutions: risks, challenges and opportunities
Professor Ralph Horne, RMIT University

Download presentation Transparent institutions: risks, challenges and opportunities
 

Presentation 2
Guiding principles in an evolving research publishing landscape
Deborah Wyatt, Wiley

Download presentation Guiding principles in an evolving research publishing landscape
 

We asked people from a range of perspectives: "What would you like to see by 2020 with respect to transparency in research?"

2018: Diversity in Peer Review

Diversity and Inclusivity in Peer Review, COPE podcast

Diversity and inclusivity in peer review. Podcast with Professor Andy Hor, Hong Kong University< /p>

A discussion with Charon Pierson, COPE Secretary and Andy Hor, V ice President of Research at Hong Kong University. An institution al perspective on training early career researchers within a culture of diversity and inclusivity.

    2017: Current Issues in Peer Review

    Discussing the topical issues in peer review, tying in with Peer Review Week's Transparency theme.

    2017: Presentations from the COPE China Seminar

    The Pillars of Publication Ethics

    COPE's first China Seminar held on 26 March 2017 at the Kempinkski Hotel, Beijing.

    Peer review: strengths, limitations and emerging issues- Deborah Poff, Vice-President Strategic Development, Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences, Canada, and COPE Treasurer

    Peer review in the journals published by Chinese Medical Association: experiences and challenges- Yongmao Jiang, Director, Publishing Group of the Chinese Medical Association

    2016: Presentations from the COPE North American Seminar

    "Ethics in Peer Review"

    The COPE North American Seminar 2016 was held on Wednesday 10 August 2016 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, USA

    COPE North American Seminar 2016: programme [PDF, 78KB]

    Can you spot a fake? The trends of fake peer reviews- Alison McCook, Retraction Watch

    Who's reviewing the reviewers?- Kristen Overstreet, Origin Editorial, LLC

    Peer review manipulation. New challenges and new solutions- Elizabeth Moylan on behalf of Jigisha Patel, Associate Editorial Director, Springer Nature

    2015: Presentations at the COPE Seminar

    "An Introduction to Publication Ethics"

    The COPE  Seminar 2015 was held on Monday 12 October 2015 at the Park Inn Hotel, London Heathrow, Bath Road Heathrow, Middlesex

    COPE Seminar 2015: programme [PDF, 109 KB]

    Ethical peer review in a changing and challenging scholarly publication world — Dr Irene Hames, Editorial and Publishing Consultant, COPE Council Member 2010–13

    2014: Presentations at the COPE Australian Seminar

    "Publication ethics from student to professional"

    The 2014 Australian Seminar was held on Monday 23 June 2014 at the Karstens Melbourne Conference Rooms, 123 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

    COPE 2014 Australian Seminar: programme [PDF, 126KB]

    New guidelines from COPE: ethical guidelines for peer reviewers, whistleblowers and more- Dr Virginia Barbour, COPE Chair

    2013: Presentations at the COPE European Seminar

    Publication Ethics from Student to Professional

    The COPE European Seminar took place on Friday 22 March 2013 at Charles Darwin House Conference Centre, 12 Roger Street, London WC1N 2JU, UK

    COPE European Seminar Programme 2013

    COPE’s new ethical guidelines for peer reviewers: background, issues and evolution —Dr Irene Hames, COPE council member and former managing editor of The Plant Journal