Discover the wide range of engaging resources in Globethics Library on academic integrity and data ethics, echoing the concerns around the World Book and Copyright, and World Intellectual Property Days in April.
E-Library search guide for resources on academic integrity and data ethics
To refine your research in the Globethics Library, try out the following query using search terms and phrases such as:
("research integrity" "academic integrity")
(research AND plagiarism)
("research publication" AND integrity)
Then, restrict the query by using the Advanced Filters. For example, select Publisher and type "Globethics".
This query returns results which will let you discover some of the recent publications from Globethics on academic integrity and data ethics, including:
- Bergadaà, Michelle & Peixoto, Paulo (eds.). Academic Integrity: A Call to Research and Action. The second publication in the Research Ethics Collection, which highlights honesty and responsible ways of doing research across all disciplines.
- Panai, Enrico, 'Data Ethics Officer: A Role to Build' in Stückelberger, Christoph and Duggal, Pavan (eds). Data Ethics: Building Trust: How Digital Technologies Can Serve Humanity, 2023, pp.97-110, ISBN 9782889315239, a collection of reflections and recommendations on data ethics.
- Liu, JeeLoo, 'Confucian Robotic Ethics' in Stückelberger, Christoph and Duggal, Pavan (eds). Data Ethics: Building Trust: How Digital Technologies Can Serve Humanity, pp. 175-207.
- Ageev, Alexander, 'Brain in the Data: Neurotechnology in AI Systems and Management Applications' in Stückelberger, Christoph and Duggal, Pavan (eds). Data Ethics: Building Trust: How Digital Technologies Can Serve Humanity, pp.293-312.
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