Roger Guérin

Roger Guérin

Sorbonne University

    Roger Guérin has been a teacher-researcher since 1996 and is currently a professor at Sorbonne University since 2007. He has been the research integrity officer of Sorbonne University since mid-November 2022. Its main missions at Sorbonne University are: (i) to raise awareness and train the entire community in research integrity, from doctoral students to senior researchers, including all support teams, (ii) to monitor developments in the academic world (doctoral oath, artificial intelligence tools, etc.) to reflect on practices in terms of research integrity and possibly propose adaptations, (iii) to investigate reports of research integrity misconducts.

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    Chapter XLIII: Sorbonne 12-12-2023
    15:25 - 15:35

    A skill framework on open science and research integrity

    In front of research integrity requirements and awareness of open science for PhD students, Sorbonne University has carried out a skills framework. First, an inventory of existing skillset for PhD students has been done. Then, a draw up a skillset framework has been created (divided into four topics: culture of research integrity, ethical research, free access to scientific publications, transparency and replication of research; and classified according to three levels: knowledge of the indispensable basis, ability to apply as well as transmit the basics, ability to use and apply scientific knowledge in diverse contexts and to transmit advanced concepts). Finally, we have checked alignment with the training courses already offered, and identify weaknesses and areas with little or no coverage.

    16:15 - 16:30

    Discussion Panel 2

    Chapter XLIII: Sorbonne 12-12-2023
    15:25 - 15:35

    A skill framework on open science and research integrity

    In front of research integrity requirements and awareness of open science for PhD students, Sorbonne University has carried out a skills framework. First, an inventory of existing skillset for PhD students has been done. Then, a draw up a skillset framework has been created (divided into four topics: culture of research integrity, ethical research, free access to scientific publications, transparency and replication of research; and classified according to three levels: knowledge of the indispensable basis, ability to apply as well as transmit the basics, ability to use and apply scientific knowledge in diverse contexts and to transmit advanced concepts). Finally, we have checked alignment with the training courses already offered, and identify weaknesses and areas with little or no coverage.

    16:15 - 16:30

    Discussion Panel 2

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