From: September 26, 2012
To: All UF Graduate Students, Coordinators and Staff
From: UF I-Cubed Program
RE: UF Libraries Resources for Graduate Students on Responsible Conduct of Research, Ethics and Mentoring
UF Libraries, in collaboration with the Graduate School and NSF-funded I-Cubed (Innovation through Institutional Integration) Program, has been facilitating the creation and expansion of resources on responsible conduct of research, ethics, mentoring, and other professional development topics of importance to all graduate students and faculty at the University of Florida.
The Responsible Conduct of STEM Research guide at http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/stemrcr outlines the components of responsible research, and provides links to interesting case studies, teaching and training tools, and guidelines and best practices for authorship, mentoring, peer review, plagiarism prevention, data management, working with human and animal subjects, and more. Use the "request a seminar" form to set up a workshop for your department or group.
Please utilize this guide to its full potential and share it with your colleagues!