Resources & Training

Protecting and upholding scholarly integrity starts with you.

Staying up to date with training, accessing new knowledge, and seeking help to understand unfamiliar topics can help you uphold scholarly integrity within your work, as well as help you spot violations in others' so that you can avoid misconduct.











UBC Resources & Support



Further Reading

Policies & Guidelines

This list is non-exhaustive and researchers should seek information on other relevant policies from funders, sponsors and research collaborators that may be relevant to their work.


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