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  • Event

    ISMTE North America: Evolving trends in scholarly publishing

    ISMTE (International Society of Managing and Technical Editors) are holding a virtual event 4-7 August "Evolving trends in scholarly publishing". All times are Central Time Zone. #ISMTEGlobal…
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    COPE European Seminar 2019

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    COPE Members: update your member details

    …website (Sign in: top right hand corner tab) *If you have forgotten your password, enter your username (usually your email address) and request a new password You’ll see…
  • Seminars and webinars

    Seminar 2021: Ethical practice in research data publication - challenges, lessons and opportunities

    … Over the past decade, we have seen a marked increase in the publication of research data, driven by journal, funder, and institutional policies. This has brought ethical challenges specific to datasets, which can affect the journal publication related to the…
  • Case

    Potential case of plagiarism

    …submitted paper contains numerous full paragraphs identical to those in the previous paper.  We also suspect that fraud may be involved. For example, the submitted paper reports data on 28 patients (72% male and 28% female); clinical sign 1 was present in 68%; sign 2 in 26%; sign 3 in 9% and one was asymptomatic. A particular investigation was diagnostic in 45%. In the first paper, 47 infants were…
  • News

    In the news: March 2018 Digest

    Included in the news this month are articles related to March's theme of "Authorship and Contributorship", together with conflicts of interest, data and reproducibility, ethical oversight and peer review Authorship A paper recently published in…
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    Guest article: Self-plagiarism in philosophy

    …-sexually-assaulted-journal-retracts-paper-duplication/" target="_blank"> retractions. I am hopeful that the situation is improving. The increase in published corrections in the last few years is good sign.
  • News

    In the news: December 2020

    …data resulted in a split decision - about 40% thought "yes", 47%" maybe or not sure and the rest, "no". More senior scientists were more likely to say "yes". Jeremy Fox, the author, offers several ideas about the poll results and why public sharing is…
  • News

    Paper mills in the news

    …Univ. Sydney), “Scientific fraud: whose problem is it?" by Dorothy Bishop (Prof. of Developmental Neuropsychology, Univ. Oxford), and “The publishers´ perspective of fraud & fake in scientific publishing” by Chris Graf (Research Integrity Director, Springer/Nature). The collection of videos and presentations are available on the Open Science Workshop Materials of…
  • COPE Privacy Policy

    …stored for as long as the event lasts and then for no more than 7 years thereafter.     7) HOW TO DELETE YOUR ACCOUNT AND REQUEST THAT PERSONAL DATA IS DELETED. 7.a How to delete your account An individual may request at any time that COPE deletes all the user account from the COPE website. Do this by using our Contact Us form:
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    In the news: December Digest

    …international group of authors in Ophthalmology topics selected 200 references from PubMed and then checked them for Open Access status. Those that were paywalled were examined to see if they were available at established institutions in low income countries or through HINARI. There was a lot of heterogeneity from 0% full texts to 95%, with a mean of 47% availability. Use of complementary "alternative ways"…