VIRT2UE Train the Trainer program

From The Embassy of Good Science
Instructions for:TraineeTrainer

Start with the online course

Instruction
This module provides an introduction to the main principles of research integrity, describes the guidance outlined in the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (ECoC), and asks you to apply the ECoC to your own context.
1 hour(s)
eLearning
Instruction
This module provides an introduction to virtue ethics, and highlights the relevance of virtue ethics for research integrity. Learners are invited to self-assess newly gained knowledge, relate and apply the concepts in interactive exercises, or reflect on the relevance of these concepts for their daily research practice by drawing on their prior experience.
1 hour(s)
eLearning
Instruction
This module aims to reflect on the concern that the current research culture may constitute conditions that could undermine a virtue ethics approach, and make it more likely for researchers to develop some vices.
1 hour(s)
eLearning

Individual assignments in preparation for the first (face to face) group session

Instruction
These instructions provide an overview of the readings and assignments introducing the concepts and issues addressed in the VIRT2UE training.
3 hour(s)
Blended learning, Individual learning

First (face to face) group sessions

Instruction
These instructions prepare you to experience the first (face to face) group sessions of the VIRT2UE blended learning program on research integrity.
18 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions

The exercises

Instruction
This exercise supports users in identifying the features of and differences between debate and dialogue and in becoming aware of the strengths and usefulness of dialogue as a tool for reflection processes.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This exercise helps to develop approaches for implementing virtues in real life dilemmas by relating virtues to norms of action while reflecting on a real RI dilemma from different perspectives by means of dialogue.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
Can you be too honest? This exercise helps to develop moral sensitivity with respect to basic virtues related to Research Integrity (RI). In particular it fosters reflection on the inherent moral ambiguity of specific virtues and how this ambiguity looks like in concrete research practice.
2 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This exercise supports participants in identifying research integrity (RI) principles, virtues and misconduct in a case and provides a framework to consider, choose and defend alternative courses of action regarding realistic dilemmas in research integrity.
2 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This exercise fosters reflection on the concept of goodness and how it applies in the context of research.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions

Practicing the exercises in your institution/context

Instruction
These instructions provide information on how to organize the work in between (face to face) group sessions.
25 hour(s)
Face to Face, Participatory sessions

Second (face to face) group session

Instruction
This instructions provide you with information on how to prepare and experience the second (face to face) group session of the VIRT2UE training.
8 hour(s)
Face to Face, Participatory sessions

Finishing up

Instruction
These instructions provide information on how to obtain the VIRT2UE training certificate.
Blended learning

Before the training

Instruction
This instruction provides you with an overview of all the necessary steps that you will need to take to organize a VIRT2UE training.
9 hour(s)
Blended learning

First (face to face) group sessions

Instruction
These instructions prepare you to experience the first (face to face) group sessions of the VIRT2UE blended learning program on research integrity.
18 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions

The exercises

Instruction
This exercise supports users in identifying the features of and differences between debate and dialogue and in becoming aware of the strengths and usefulness of dialogue as a tool for reflection processes.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This exercise helps to develop approaches for implementing virtues in real life dilemmas by relating virtues to norms of action while reflecting on a real RI dilemma from different perspectives by means of dialogue.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
Can you be too honest? This exercise helps to develop moral sensitivity with respect to basic virtues related to Research Integrity (RI). In particular it fosters reflection on the inherent moral ambiguity of specific virtues and how this ambiguity looks like in concrete research practice.
2 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This exercise supports participants in identifying research integrity (RI) principles, virtues and misconduct in a case and provides a framework to consider, choose and defend alternative courses of action regarding realistic dilemmas in research integrity.
2 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions
Instruction
This exercise fosters reflection on the concept of goodness and how it applies in the context of research.
1 hour(s)
20
Face to Face, Participatory sessions

Prepare for the second (face to face) group session

Instruction
These instructions provide information on how to organize the work in between (face to face) group sessions.
25 hour(s)
Face to Face, Participatory sessions

Second (face to face) group sessions

Instruction
This instructions provide you with information on how to prepare and experience the second (face to face) group session of the VIRT2UE training.
8 hour(s)
Face to Face, Participatory sessions

Finishing up

Instruction
These instructions provide information on how to obtain the VIRT2UE training certificate.
Blended learning