Skip to content

Search: ""

Invalid Regions
Studying > Avoiding Plagiarism
This course explains what is meant by plagiarism and provides information on the key issues affecting you.
Studying > Avoiding Plagiarism
This course explains what is meant by plagiarism and provides information on the key issues affecting you.
Studying > Avoiding Plagiarism
This course explains what is meant by plagiarism and provides information on the key issues affecting you.
Studying > Avoiding Plagiarism
This course explains what is meant by plagiarism and provides information on the key issues affecting you.
Research > Ethical Research
This course explores the ethical challenges faced by researchers during their Master's degree and/or Ph.D. It will help you to reflect on your ethical approach in a research context through contemporary case studies and multidisciplinary scenarios.
Research > Ethical Research
This course explores the ethical challenges faced by researchers during their Master's degree and/or Ph.D. It will help you to reflect on your ethical approach in a research context through contemporary case studies and multidisciplinary scenarios.
Support and Wellbeing > Tackling Harassment: Promoting Cultural Change in Higher Education
This module examines harassment and hate, and the associated impact on the individual and wider community.
Support and Wellbeing > Tackling Harassment: Promoting Cultural Change in Higher Education
This module examines harassment and hate, and the associated impact on the individual and wider community.
Studying > Learning Online: Essential Skills for Success
This module introduces the fundamentals of online learning, covering definitions, basic skills, the qualities of online learners, online safety and how to safeguard your wellbeing and combat isolation.
Research > Responsible Conduct of Research: Concise
Biological and biomedical researchers are responsible for following the general rules for workplace safety established by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other state and local agencies. If they study pathogens, use special agents, or engage in some types of biological/biomedical research, researchers may have additional responsibilities. This optional course provides an introduction to these additional responsibilities, including “biohazards”, under the general heading of “biosafety”.