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Path2Integrity published a new article in its open-access collection in the RIO journal
A new article was published in the Path2Integrity Open Science Collection in the Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) Journal. The paper titled "Dataset: Feedback on the Path2Integrity learning cards for research integrity (2020)" is authored by project partners Ina Berg and Prof. Julia Prieß-Buchheit of the Coburg University in Germany.
This dataset is drawn from feedback given by participants, lecturers, and experts on the Path2Integrity learning cards programme for research integrity in 2020. Positive, as well as negative feedback is presented, thus recording what went well, what did not, and what must be improved. The data collected is viewed as crucial for the further development of tools for teaching and learning research integrity, in particular Path2Integrity’s learning cards.
This dataset lists feedback given in 2020 by various participants and educators on sessions using the learning materials. The Path2Integrity learning card programme (P2ILC) aims to build and enhance knowledge about reliable research and how to apply it. Participants learn how to conduct a dialogue on the rejection or acceptance of norms in research integrity.
Each row of the dataset consists of several items, starting with the session number (first digit) and comment number (second digit), followed by the comment itself. The other columns provide information on the card version, the participants, the group size, as well as the year and country in which the session was conducted.
You can access the publication here.