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Dr Daniel Barr | Principal Research Integrity Advisor at RMIT University
In this video (part 2 of 2), Dr Daniel Barr continues his discussion on the progression of research integrity at universities, and addresses fragmented approaches to research integrity.
Advocating for a universality of research integrity principles, Daniel asserts the need to go beyond high-level commitments, and explores the idea of integrity ‘markers’ or indicators, toward a shared, global understanding of research best practice.
Finally, he speculates on what form this may take, in terms of an official ‘passport’ or credential to bolster a culture and community around research integrity.
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