On the right path: Path2Integrity featured in the Kiel University magazine and the Kieler Nachrichten
"With our Path2Integrity campaign, we hope to bring awareness to the topic in schools, colleges and universities in at least 15 European countries. We will use flyers, infographics, flash cards, posters and brochures,"
- says our coordinator Prof Julia Prieß-Buchheit in a recent interview for the Kiel University magazine and the local newspaper Kieler Nachrichten.
The article, featuring interviews with Prof Prieß-Buchheit, Coburg University and Nicolaus Wilder, Kiel University entitled "On the right path" gives insights on the project's aim to develop innovative teaching and learning methods to turn knowledge-hungry students into diligent researchers.
Path2Integrity starts at the roots: it is intentionally aimed at upper secondary school pupils, university students and graduates across all scientific disciplines equally. "We all need to work as one for reliable science. We are therefore focused on young researchers, sensitizing them to the topic. When they learn right from the start how to work honestly as a scientist, excellent science can be produced," explains Prieß-Buchheit.
"In order to reach this lofty goal, we have been developing and evaluating a total of 20 innovative didactic units since January for an English-language manual," says Wilder.
Read the full publication: https://www.uni-kiel.de/en/details-1/news/path-to-integrity