This open access paper (published in March 2023) and the research it reports looked at the experiences and reflections of participants in a European ‘train-the-trainer’ research integrity professional development activity in Europe. We are massive fans of the use of activities as a pedagogical tool. It is a fantastic way to promote applied learning and genuinely inform reflective practice. Too much research integrity professional development is directive one sized ‘chalk and talk’ about rules that people must comply with. That approach is not engaging and is generally not effective.
Evans, N., Schmolmueller, A., Stolper, M., Inguaggiato, G., Hooghiemstra, A., Tokalic, R., Pizzolato, D., Foeger, N., Marušić, A., van Hoof, M., Lanzerath, D., Molewijk, B., Dierickx, K., & Widdershoven on, G. (2023). VIRT2UE: A European train-the-trainer programme for teaching research integrity. Research Ethics, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/17470161231161267