My new article has been published in Science and Engineering Ethics. In this piece, I discussed how cross-research system students might view responsible conduct of research (RCR) in different ways and the utility of applying two-tier tests in RCR instruction.
Pan, S. J.-A. (2021, February). Preventing research misconduct through education: The 2020 plagiarism case. Presented at the 4th 2021 Asia Pacific Rim Research Integrity (APRI) Network Meeting, Seoul, Korea [virtual conference]. February 25, 2021.
The present study adopts a survey method, inviting five experts of academic ethics and 232 local researchers (i.e., principal investigators [PIs] of MOST-funded research projects) to explore their (mis)understanding regarding the topics of plagiarism, improper citations, and self-plagiarism through case scenarios.
Pan, S. J.-A. (2020, February). The first decade of RCR education in Taiwan: Reflection from an early-career scholar. Orally presented at the 29th Annual APPE (Association for Practical and Professional Ethics) International Conference, Atlanta, GA. February 20-23, 2020.
A new paper has been published in Science and Engineering Ethics. In this piece, we discussed the underlying causes of questionable authorship and culture-bound authorship practices in an East Asian academia – Taiwan.