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INT 601 - Overview

Responsible Conduct of Research

James Campbell
(james.j.campbell@maine.edu)
(207) 548-2200

Course Description
This course provides a concise overview of key subject areas in the responsible conduct of research. It is designed to make students aware of relevant guidelines, policies and codes relating to ethical research, as well as to provide, via a study of ethical theories, concepts, and case studies, the skills for identifying and resolving ethical conflicts that may arise in research. Cr.1.

Course Goals and Objectives
Basic premises for this course are that:

Goals for this course include:

Expected Course Outcomes
Students exposed to the responsible conduct of research course material will have:

Class Sessions
The course will meet for ten class sessions (approximately five weeks during a regular semester).

Expectation of Students

Course Materials

Grading and Class Policies

Communications


[1] Frankel, Mark S., Importance and Goals of RCR Education, CGS Workshop on Ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research, 6 Dec 2004

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Computing and Information Science Courses Online
The University of Maine
Orono, Maine 04469
207.581.1110
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