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  • News

    Research integrity and how to buy a Persian carpet: TOP Guidelines, part 2

    …Picture by Garry Knight (Flickr: Persian Carpet) CC BY-SA 2.0 at In “The art of buying a carpet,” Simon Busch suggests that a wise carpet buyer checks a carpet’s knot count (“You will find much truth under the carpet: turn it…
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    Ethical considerations around book publishing

    …entire work? We have the technology to access individual chapters, without accessing the whole book, so ethical statements on a chapter level is desirable. Who is responsible for ethics in book publishing? If journal articles are published with a CC-BY license, can the author publish a similar article in a book as a chapter? From a copyright legal…
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    In the news: January 2019 Digest

    …this could be rectified and argues the case for changing the cultural norms to allow this. COPE Council member Deborah Kahn Read 
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    In the news: February Digest

    …were male and younger”. Only 8.1% of reviewers opted to reveal their names and the authors suggest that this supports the view that peer review depends on anonymity. Preprints Papers with involve human subjects or their medical records will not be accepted by 4 major orthopedic journals if they have been posted on a preprint server. The editors of the journals jointly published an…
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    Case Discussion: Inconclusive institutional investigation into authorship dispute - university perspective comment

    …for the Responsible Conduct of Research, 2018 (the Guide). Section 8.1 of the Guide provides for ‘Collaborative research across multiple institutions’ and states: ‘Institutions should consider how preliminary assessments and investigations into potential breaches of the Code are to be conducted for multi-institutional collaborations on a case-by-case basis, taking into…
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    Predatory publishing: next steps and where do we go from here?

    …src="/files/u7140/kelly_cobey_-_1.jpg" style="float: left; margin: 1px 3px; max-width: 100%; width: 120px; height: 81px;" /> Presentation by Kelly Cobey, The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute     Developing a digital authenticator tool
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    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: April 2019

    …What we’ve learned: Reflections at the end of our term as COPE Co-Chairs Image credit: CC-BY-SA-3.0-migrated Jerry We often reflect…
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    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: December 2018

    …="">Read December Digest: Authorship Issues | Peer Review Manipulation   (Image credit: Leaf changing colour. License: CC0 Public Domain…
  • Seminars

    …authoring process - Laurel L Haak, ORCIDDownload presentation [PDF, 7,400kB] Mobile platforms, linked content, and copyright: issues and answers - Michael W Carroll, Creative Commons Download presentation…
  • Facilitation and Integrity FAQ

    …href="mailto:[email protected]" style="text-decoration:none;">[email protected] with any other queries. COPE resources are available under a CC BY-NC-ND license, and thus the resources may be used by journals and publishers regardless of whether they are COPE members. A reference to COPE materials or COPE standards on the journal’s…
  • COPE Privacy Policy

    …about any of the information laid out in this Notice, or any other question about how COPE protects your data, please send an email to Christina: [email protected] Alternatively, you can write to him: Christina McGuire, c/o COPE, New Kings Court, Tollgate, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO53 3LG, United…
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    Webinar 2021: Diversity, equity and inclusion

    …question are all in favour of directly linking a clear note or statement of concern to the paper.  Retractions, expressions of concern and an Editor’s Note, are all typically directly linked to a paper, with notices prominently on the article in question, to signpost as clearly as possible that there is questionable content. Retraction – 59 Expression of concern – 53