Librarian involvement in Research Ethics: An Entry Point into the World of Sponsored Research.

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  • Jessica Adamick

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https://doi.org/10.29173/istl1520

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This article deals with the increasing involvement of libraries and librarians with sponsored research. It discusses the attendant ethical aspects of this increasing involvement in the areas of consulting with principal investigators during proposal development or providing workshops on data management best practices. It emphasizes the necessary for librarians to have training in ethics in response to the training requirement of the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).

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Adamick J. 2010. Workshop Report. Ethics Day: Engaging Librarians in the Responsible Conduct of Research. Amherst, MA: Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse.

Gon├žalves, M.S., Fountain, J.E., Adamick, J., and Billings, M. 2010. Workshop Report. Ethics in Science and Engineering: Redefining Tools and Resources. Amherst, MA: Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse.

Harger, N. and Nordberg, J. 2010. Embedded in the IRB. In: Ethics Day: Engaging Librarians in the Responsible Conduct of Research; 2010 Oct 8; University of Massachusetts Amherst.

National Science Foundation. 2009. Responsible Conduct of Research. Federal Register, 74:(160).

United States Government. 2007. The America Creating Opportunities to Meaningfully Promote Excellence in Technology, Education, and Science Act. 121 STAT. 572 PL 110-69. [Sections 7008 and 7009].

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Published

2011-06-01

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Adamick, J. (2011). Librarian involvement in Research Ethics: An Entry Point into the World of Sponsored Research. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, (65). https://doi.org/10.29173/istl1520

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