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Path2Integrity at the INSPIRE Symposium
The INSPIRE project, together with the Netherlands Research Integrity Network (NRIN), organized a symposium in Untrecht, the Netherlands, on 27 January 2020. The event united many initiatives fostering responsible research practices and aimed to inspire its visitors with unique practices and mutual learning for the successful implementation of initiatives. Prof. Julia Prieß-Buchheit, the project coordinator was invited to give a talk about Path2Integrity and to introduce the participants to a way to teach RI dialogically. She presented the P2I learning cards.
The symposium reflected on many important topics within the research integrity field, including best and unique practices, evaluation and philosophy of teaching to enhance the research integrity culture, training initiatives and implementation, dissemination and sustainability of initiatives.
After the insightful pecha kucha-style presentations of inspiring initiatives, the floor was given to Julia. Her presentation outlined the project’s methodology and expected outputs, while strongly focusing on the Path2Integrity learning cards and their innovative approach of using role play and storytelling to support a dialogical approach, ultimately bringing high school students, undergraduates, graduates and early career researchers closer to the topic of research integrity.
Photo credit: Fenneke Blom