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Research > Becoming an Ethical Researcher
This module is designed to show that different research methods may raise different ethical concerns that require different types of responses.
Research > Becoming an Ethical Researcher
This module is designed to show that different research methods may raise different ethical concerns that require different types of responses.
Research > Becoming an Ethical Researcher
This module is designed to introduce you to well-known ethical decision-making approaches that will help you reflect on your own assumptions and behaviour.
Research > Becoming an Ethical Researcher
This module is designed to introduce you to well-known ethical decision-making approaches that will help you reflect on your own assumptions and behaviour.
Research > Research Ethics
This course covers standard practice and recent changes in universities' ethics policies relating to research that investigates people and their data.
Research > Research Ethics
This course is about the ethics of involving human participants - directly or indirectly - in research in health or the social sciences. The course explains how ethics is central to high standards during all stages of research and aims to introduce researchers to the major laws, policies and guidelines relevant to research involving human participants.
Research > Undertaking a Literature Review
This module will explain how to evaluate the quality of the literature in your review.
Research > Research Quality and Reproducibility
This module addresses best practices for effective management at all levels of research activity, enabling learners to develop tools and practices for quality assurance and risk management.
Research > Supervising Doctoral Studies, First Edition
This unit provides support and guidance on the (often challenging) submission and examination stages of candidature. Participants will be encouraged to think about the purpose of doctoral examination and identify their own institutional policies and procedures. The unit will provide advice on helping candidates to understand explicit and implicit thesis assessment criteria; evaluating and selecting appropriate examiners; supporting candidates practically during the submission process; preparing candidates for the oral examination (if applicable); and providing guidance to candidates on the steps following examination.
Research > Responsible Conduct of Research: Concise
Export control regulations can be complicated. Decisions have to be made about the exact nature of the technology or information/data involved, relationships with individual countries and more. If your research could be subject to export control regulations, it is best to get in touch with a knowledgeable institutional official early in the research planning process. At some institutions, pre-approval may be necessary. This optional course is designed to help researchers understand why and when research could fall under export control regulations and what to do if it does.