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Georgia Tech is committed to providing leadership in the realm of ethics and the responsible conduct of research (RCR). This website is a resource for faculty, students, postdoctoral scholars, and other members of the campus community when it comes to RCR training options, educational resources, and the three RCR policies on campus.

The RCR Compliance Policy is intended to meet the RCR training requirements of federal funding agencies and other sponsors.  The RCR Academic Policy for Doctoral Students and the RCR Academic Policy for Master's Thesis Students delineate RCR training degree requirements for certain categories of graduate students.

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Upcoming Events

  • Jul 15

    Avoiding Plagiarism (and citing your references correctly) (ONLINE)

    10:00am

    All research builds on what others have previously done, but how do you make sure you can cite your references to past scholarship and avoid the appearance of plagiarism?

    Calendar Icon Add to My Calendar 2020-07-15 10:00:00 2020-07-15 11:00:00 America/New_York Avoiding Plagiarism (and citing your references correctly) (ONLINE) All research builds on what others have previously done, but how do you make sure you can cite your references to past scholarship and avoid the appearance of plagiarism? Online

    Fred Rascoe

    fred.rascoe@library.gatech.edu

     

  • Jul 22

    Avoiding Plagiarism (and citing your references correctly) (ONLINE)

    3:00pm

    All research builds on what others have previously done, but how do you make sure you can cite your references to past scholarship and avoid the appearance of plagiarism?

    Calendar Icon Add to My Calendar 2020-07-22 15:00:00 2020-07-22 16:00:00 America/New_York Avoiding Plagiarism (and citing your references correctly) (ONLINE) All research builds on what others have previously done, but how do you make sure you can cite your references to past scholarship and avoid the appearance of plagiarism? Online

    Fred Rascoe

    fred.rascoe@library.gatech.edu