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  • OeAWI Guidelines for Good Scientific Practice/ Richtlinien der ÖAWI zur Guten Wissenschaftlichen Praxis (April 2015)23 Page(s)

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  • Rules of Procedure3 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Statutes of the OeAWI8 Page(s)

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  • World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation (WCRIF)https://wcrif.org/

  • Activity Report 201714 Page(s)

    by the Administrative Office of the OeAWI

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  • Annual Report 201714 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Think. Check. Attend. Choosing the right conference to attend and present your research.https://thinkcheckattend.org/

  • Think. Check. Submit. Choose the right journal for your research.https://thinkchecksubmit.org/

  • Ethics COREhttps://ethicscenter.csl.illinois.edu/ethics/ethics-core-2/

  • Activity Report 20168 Page(s)

    by the Administrative Office of the OeAWI

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  • Annual Report 20169 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Amsterdam Agenda, 5th World Conference on Research Integrityhttps://wcrif.org/guidance/amsterdam-agenda

  • Montreal Statement on Research Integrity in Cross-Boundary Research Collaborationshttps://wcrif.org/guidance/montreal-statement

  • Annual Report 20157 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Annual Report 20149 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Singapore Statement on Research Integrityhttps://wcrif.org/guidance/singapore-statement

  • Annual Report 20138 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Annual Report 20128 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Annual Report 20118 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Guidance for researchers on retractions in academic journals6 Page(s)

    by UK Research Integrity Office and COPE (2010)

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  • Code of practice for research – Promoting good practice and preventing misconduct27 Page(s)

    by UK Research Integrity Office (2009)

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  • Research Integrity Practices in Science Europe Member Organisations52 Page(s)

    by Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity (2016)

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  • Seven Reasons to Care about Integrity in Research12 Page(s)

    by Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity (2015)

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  • Briefing Paper Research Integrity: What it Means, Why it Is Important and How we Might Protect it32 Page(s)

    by Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity (2015)

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  • Co-ordinating Committee for Facilitating International Research Misconduct Investigations – Final Report16 Page(s)

    by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) and Global Science Forum (GSF)

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  • Best Practices for Ensuring Scientific Integrity and Preventing Misconduct13 Page(s)

    by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) and Global Science Forum (GSF)

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  • ORI – Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research184 Page(s)

    by Nicholas H. Steneck (2007)

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  • 6th World Conference on Research Integrityhttp://wcri2019.org/

  • Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals1 Page(s)

    by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) (2017)

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  • Responsible Conduct in the Global Research Enterprise – A Policy Report62 Page(s)

    by the InterAcademy Council (IAC) and the Global Network of Science Academies (IAP) (2012)

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  • Netzwerk der österreichischen Hochschulombudsstellen (in German)http://www.hochschulombudsnetz.at/

  • Klagenfurter Erklärung (in German)2 Page(s)

    by the Österreichisches Netzwerk der hochschulischen Ombudsstellen und ähnlicher Einrichtungen

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  • Ombudsstellen und ähnliche Einrichtungen im österreichischen Hochschul- und Forschungsraum (in German)100 Page(s)

    by Netzwerk der österreichischen Hochschulombudsstellen (2018)

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  • Policy for Dealing with Alleged Research Misconduct in Applications Made to the HRB3 Page(s)

    by the Health Research Board Ireland (HRB)

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  • HRB Guidelines for Host Institutions on Good Research Practice5 Page(s)

    by the Health Research Board Ireland (HRB)

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  • HRB Guidelines for Host Institutions on the Handling of Allegations of Research Misconduct5 Page(s)

    by the Health Research Board Ireland (HRB)

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  • Statement of Principles for Research Integrity1 Page(s)

    by the Global Research Council

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  • Fostering Research Integrity in Europe – Final Report44 Page(s)

    by the European Science Foundation (ESF) Member Organisation Forum on Research Integrity (2010)

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  • Fostering Research Integrity in Europe – Executive Report20 Page(s)

    by the European Science Foundation (ESF) Member Organisation Forum on Research Integrity (2010)

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  • The European Charter for Researchers – The Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers36 Page(s)

    by the European Commission (2005)

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  • Position Paper: Recommendations on Academic Integrity53 Page(s)

    by the German Council of Science and Humanities (2015)

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  • Sicherung guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis – Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice112 Page(s)

    by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft - DFG (2013)

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  • Global standards for authors and editors tackle thorny issues such as research bias and misleading publicityhttps://publicationethics.org/news/global-standards-authors-and-editors-tackle-thorny-issues-such-research-bias-and-misleading

  • Responsible research publication: international standards for editors10 Page(s)

    by Kleinert S & Wager E (2011): Responsible research publication: international standards for editors. A position statement developed at the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity, Singapore, July 22-24, 2010. Chapter 51 in: Mayer T & Steneck N (eds) Promoting Research Integrity in a Global Environment.

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  • Responsible research publication position statements2 Page(s)

    by Wager E & Kleinert S (2011); Responsible research publication position statements; Chapter 49 in: Mayer T & Steneck N (eds) Promoting Research Integrity in a Global Environment.

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  • How to handle authorship disputes: a guide for new researchers3 Page(s)

    by Tim Albert and Elizabeth Wager; The COPE report (2003)

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  • COPE – our core practices1 Page(s)

    by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)

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  • Statement on Handling Cases of Plagiarism2 Page(s)

    by the Commission for Research Integrity (2011)

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  • Advisory Note on Bias in Science Publishinghttps://council.science/publications/advisory-note-on-bias-in-science-publishing

  • The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (Revised edition)20 Page(s)

    by ALLEA - All European Academies (2017)

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  • Authorship in scientific publicationshttp://www.akademien-schweiz.ch/en/index/Schwerpunkte/Wissenschaftliche-Integritaet.html

  • Integrität in der Wissenschaft – Reglement der Akademien der Wissenschaften Schweiz (in German)17 Page(s)

    by Akademien der Wissenschaften Schweiz (2008)

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  • Wissenschaftliche Integrität – Grundsätze und Verfahrensregeln (in German)29 Page(s)

    by Akademien der Wissenschaften Schweiz (2008)

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  • Thesenpapier: Wie die Wissenschaft Integrität und Qualität sichern kann (in German)5 Page(s)

    by Robert Bosch Stiftung

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  • RRI-Plattform Österreich (in German)https://www.rri-plattform.at/

  • RRI in Österreich, Positionspapier “Verantwortungsbewusste Forschung und Innovation” (in German)37 Page(s)

    by the Plattform RRI Österreich (2016)

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  • Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and other questionable writing practices: A guide to ethical writing54 Page(s)

    by Michael Roig

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  • EnTIRE – Mapping Normative Frameworks for Ethics and Integrity of Researchhttp://entireconsortium.eu/

  • MLE – Mutual Learning Exercise on Research Integrityhttps://rio.jrc.ec.europa.eu/en/policy-support-facility/mutual-learning

  • ENRIO – European Network of Research Integrity Officeshttp://www.enrio.eu/

  • HEIRRI – Higher Education Institutions and Responsible Research and Innovationhttp://heirri.eu/

  • ETINED – Pan-European Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Educationhttps://www.coe.int/en/web/ethics-transparency-integrity-in-education/home?desktop=true

  • PRINTEGER – Promoting Integrity as an Integral Dimension of Excellence in Researchhttps://printeger.eu/

  • Science Europe: Working group on Research Integrityhttps://www.scienceeurope.org/policy/policy-areas/research-integrity/

  • SATORI – Stakeholders Acting Together On the ­ethical impact assessment of ­Research and Innovationhttp://satoriproject.eu/

  • EUREC – European Network of Research Ethics Committeeshttp://www.eurecnet.org/index.html

  • ENERI – European Network of Research Ethics and Research Integrityhttp://eneri.eu/

  • ENOHE – European Network of Ombudsmen in Higher Educationhttp://www.enohe.net/

  • ALLEA – ALL European Academieshttps://www.allea.org/

  • Retraction Watchhttp://retractionwatch.com/

  • Survey among Austrian and German researchers about self-reported research misconduct9 Page(s)

    Wissenschaftliches Fehlverhalten - Selbstauskünfte des wissenschaftlichen Personals in Österreich und Deutschland
    by Jörg Neufeld (2014): iFQ Bericht (Institut für Forschungsinformation und Qualitätssicherung).
    The Austrian Agency for Research Integrity is responsible for the English translation of this review (Translation: Chris Anderson)

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  • Training materials – European Network of Research Integrity Offices (ENRIO)http://www.enrio.eu/resources/?cat=4

  • The Bonn PRINTEGER Statement – Working with research integrity – guidance for research performing organisationshttps://printeger.eu/the-bonn-printeger-statement/

  • Workshop Report – Advancing Research Integrity Practices and Policies: From Recommendation to Implementation12 Page(s)

    by Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity (2017)

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  • ORI – Case Summaries of Research Misconducthttps://ori.hhs.gov/content/case_summary

  • Curriculum “Good Scientific Practice”37 Page(s)

    by Gerlinde Sponholz and Josef Leidenfrost (eds., 2013); Occasional Paper Nr. 8 for ENOHE (European Network for Ombudsmen in Higher Education)

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  • Annual Report 20102 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • 1st Report of the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity (2010/09)1 Page(s)

    by the OeAWI Commission for Research Integrity

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  • Presentation Klement Tockner – Conception, Birth and Early Childhood8 Page(s)

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  • Presentation Stephan Rixen – The ÖAWI model of fostering research integrity: looking back and learning forward15 Page(s)

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  • Presentation Lex Bouter – Keynote: What research institutions can and should do to foster research integrity39 Page(s)

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  • Presentation Sabine Kleinert – The REWARD campaign: reducing waste in research is an integrity issue32 Page(s)

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  • Presentation Sven Hendrix – How to protect whistleblowers and the scientists they accuse43 Page(s)

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  • Presentation Karl-Gerhard Straßl | Martina Baravalle – Prevention as a key element for Integrity17 Page(s)

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  • Presentation Nicole Foeger – OeAWI: Advising, Training and Networking22 Page(s)

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