RCR Workshop- Authorship, Plagiarism and Peer Review

Tuesday, October 11, 2022 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Authorship, Plagiarism and Peer Review (4195-ILT)

Publication of a scholarly work makes you an author - and that’s both exciting and a responsibility. This session will be dedicated to understanding the definitions and disagreements about what constitutes an author, how conflicts are resolved, how to avoid such conflicts, and where/to whom to go for help about authorship issues.

Plagiarism - stealing the work of another - is an increasing problem in the scholarly community. At MSU, this ranks as the #1 allegation of research misconduct. This session will also aim to help you understand what plagiarism is, how to test for it within your own work, how to discuss plagiarism, and where to go for advice on plagiarism.

For Registration see https://abilitylms.msu.edu/MSU/LearnerWeb_PTM.php?ActionID=Enroll&EventID=7990

The deadline for registering for a session is one week before the session. You will know if you have successfully registered for a workshop because you will receive an e-mail from train@ora.msu.edu.