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Soft skills of chemical research: Academic integrity and research ethics

Wrublewski, Donna and Leonard, Michelle and Buhler, Amy and Bharti, Neelam (2015) Soft skills of chemical research: Academic integrity and research ethics. In: 250th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, August 16-20, 2015, Boston, MA.

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The foundation of any scientist should be ethical behavior. Like many of these so-called "soft skills", talking about ethics is something that is assumed to be picked up on the fly, and instruction is minimal when present, and more often rolled into nebulous clauses such as "honor codes". Although not specific to chem., librarians teaching these skills is a growing phenomenon in academic libraries. This talk will look at academic integrity instruction as it underpins many of the skills and tools that will be discussed elsewhere in this session, and will describe specific outreach on academic integrity to chemists.

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