A press release about Path2Integrity, available in CORDIS in six languages
English, German, Italian, French, Polish and Spanish - these are the six languages in which you can find Path2Integrity’s press release on "Establishing a culture of research integrity with innovative educational methods," available in CORDIS.
The publication reflects Path2Integrity’s presence at the European Commission’s EUvsVirus Hackathon, where the project presented its "Trust in Science" tool, which became a winner in the category of Social and Political Cohesion, in particular in Mitigating the spread of fake news.. The application has been designed and created by the Path2Integrity team of researchers and has been inspired by the social distancing measures, which occurred as a result of the global Covid-19 pandemic. It is further based on the Path2Integrity Learning Cards (P2ILC), which aim to teach young students and researchers the importance of integrity and research ethics.
The tool is accompanied by the Trust in Science manual, aiming to encourage users to become advocates for research integrity and to share the resources and their experiences through their social media network.
The full press release and the respective translations, you can find here.