Communicating Research Results Effectively and Responsibly

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Annabel Wharton, Cary Moskovitz, Eric Ferreri, Sonja Likness; Responsible Conduct of Research Workshops for Faculty and Staff

This workshop provides participants with an interactive learning opportunity to reflect on topics related to research communication to multiple audiences, in order to maximize impact while not compromising the integrity of research. What are the implications of presenting "in-progress" research to the media or social media? How chances to publish in an academic journal will change if your partial research results were shared earlier. What are the ethical considerations regarding authorship and recycling research results?


Annabel J. Wharton, PhD, William B. Hamilton Professor of Art and Art History
Image Research: Ethics vs. Law

Cary Moskovitz, PhD, Professor of the Practice in the Thomson Writing Program
Recycling Research Results: Ethical Considerations

Eric Ferreri and Sonja Likness, Duke University News & Communications
Ethical and Strategic Communication Challenges

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Smith Warehouse, Bay 6, room B 271