Conference: 7th World Conference on Research Integrity 2022 (7th WCRI 2022)
Session: Plenary Session C: Important Work by Early and Mid-Career Researchers
Conference Dates: May 29−June 1, 2022
Host: World Conference on Research Integrity Foundation (WCRIF), University of Cape Town
謝謝 WCRI Foundation 主席 Prof. Lex Bouter（Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam）的邀請，讓我有機會首次在國際會議上，進行大會全體演講。
兩年舉辦一次的 World Conference on Research Integrity（WCRI）是科研政策、學術出版界的重要會議，匯集了來自各界的人士，包括：學術出版商與專業組織的代表（如 Elsevier、The Lancet、Committee on Publication Ethics、Times Higher Education 等）、各國政府研究獎補助單位的官員、學研機構中的中高階管理者，以及學術倫理、科學倫理與研究倫理的學者。每屆 WCRI 的成果，都牽動著未來二年的科研政策與學術出版實務的走向。
會後主辦方 WCRI Foundation 將會正式發表《開普敦宣言》（Cape Town Statement；working document），聲明在科學研究與合作研究的道路上，我們需要更加重視公平性、公正性，以及多元性（fairness, equity, and diversity in research collaborations and contexts）。
ABSTRACT | Individual researchers may interpret research integrity in various ways, especially given the diversity of research approaches in modern science. Therefore, understanding the misconceptions held by research integrity learners is important, as it can help instructors customize their lessons to target areas in which knowledge is incomplete.
Accordingly, the presentation seeks to introduce the use of diagnostic assessments in research integrity instruction based on my extensive exploration of the subject. Specifically, the presentation will begin by addressing the rationale for integrating diagnostic assessments into research integrity instruction. Methods and procedures adopted to develop the assessments and test results (e.g., misconceptions of ethical authorship) will be covered. Different formats of the assessments will be shown to demonstrate the process for implementing the test as well as the available tools to meet the needs of learners with diverse backgrounds. The presentation will conclude by offering perspectives on how diagnostic assessments might facilitate future research integrity instruction.
In summary, diagnostic assessments are intended as one of the first steps to refining the educational instrument for teaching research integrity. It is also a critical step towards evidence-based improvement and evaluation of research integrity programs. Therefore, I hope that sharing this information allows the audience to stimulate ideas and discussion on ways to enhance the design of research integrity instruction and assessments.
Recommended citation format (APA): Pan, S. J.-A. (2022, May 31). Teaching research integrity through what students have known: The implementation of educational diagnostic assessments. Presented at the 7th World Conference on Research Integrity 2022 (7th WCRI 2022), Cape Town, South Africa. May 29−June 1, 2022. Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6582846