CGS would like to thank AAAS and the National Academies for contributing a significant number of resources on Scientific Misconduct and Research Integrity to the PSI online library.
Those seeking to enhance education in responsible conduct of research and scholarly integrity can find a wide range of materials on this page. Please note that these resources have been compiled and arranged with different audiences in mind—deans and administrators working to implement new, institution-wide structures of education; faculty members involved in ethics education and training in the Responsible Conduct of Research; and graduate students working to understand specific topics in research ethics and training. There is also a range in the scope of topics addressed: some resources discuss problems of general interest to the scientific community, while others are discipline-specific. If you would like to recommend additional resources for inclusion on this website, please contact the CGS Project for Scholarly Integrity at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are two ways to search the resources database. If you check one or more boxes, the resources from the selected categories will appear. If you type a keyword in the search box and click "Go," you can search the entire database for a term or phrase. Resources are sorted alphabetically.