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Series: Good Practice in Research Week
Speaker: Richard Alderman
(Self-)plagiarism in your PhD thesis
PhD students are now encouraged to publish journal articles and collaborate with industry alongside preparing their PhD thesis, with the danger that you can plagiarise intentionally or unintentionally when preparing, publishing your research and your data leading to poor academic practice.
As part of Good Practice in Research Week’s day of PhD workshops for staff and PhD Students, this session will introduce you to some of the risks involved in preparing your PhD thesis, City’s policy and approach to publishing all or part of your PhD thesis, and how you can check to make sure your research collaborations and outputs are cited correctly.
Richard Alderman is City’s Assistant Registrar for Research Degrees, overseeing all the policies and regulations relating to City’s postgraduate research degree programmes. He works with the academic Schools to advise on University regulations, and coordinates central administration such as University induction events, external examiners for research degree viva examinations, conference funding and guidance for students.
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2.00pm - 3.00pmMonday 28th October 2019