Ethics and Research integrity

Ethics and Research integrity

Inter-semester course - 21 January, 4 February, 18 February and 4 March 2021 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
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Seminar animated by : 

Nicolas Sauger, CDSP's Director, 
Marion Lehmans, Data Protection Officer at Sciences Po, 
Sophie Forcadell, in charge of Open Science, DRIS
Cyril Heude, Data Librarian, DRIS.

Video General presentation video of the course "Ethics and Research"

=>Watch the general presentation video of the course "Ethics and Research".

Course objectives

All students and researchers are involved in the use of their data and data of others. The risk of invasion of privacy is two-fold. It is therefore important to be able to protect your own data and that of others.
An increasing use of information technologies requires that each of us respect the principles of the right to the protection of personal data in its two aspects: rights and obligations to respect the private life and freedoms of individuals.
Higher education establishments support each student in the use of new tools and make them aware of the possible risks they may represent.
In addition, as part of studies regardless of the field, each of us is required, as part of our studies (thesis, dissertation or educational work), to process data concerning natural persons whose use may present a risk (surveys, studies). To ensure the protection of this data, everyone is required to comply with various obligations and good practices.

Organisation and schedule

Thursday 21 January 2021 from 10.00 to 11.30 a.m
Introduction by the School of Research, the CDSP and the Scientific Direction of Sciences Po
Ethics and trust, by Nicolas Sauger, Director of CDSP.

Thursday 4 February 2021 from 10.00 to 11.30
Ethics and data protection in research activities by Marion Lehmans, Sciences Po Data Protection Officer.

Thursday 18 February 2021 from 10.00 to 11.30
Research integrity and open science by Sophie Forcadell and Cyril Heude.
Research integrity is one of the 8 pillars of open science according to the European Commission. How do the principles of open science fit together with those of scientific integrity?
Session co-moderated by Sophie Forcadell and Cyril Heude, Data Librarian, DRIS. 

Thursday 4 March 2021 from 10.00 to 11.30 a.m
Workshop / Practical case with the trainers team.


To register, please contact: - Tel. : 01 45 49 54 06

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