Collaborative-200 level

Collaborative Learning RCR Programs - 200 Level - Complete One every 3 years. Image of people around a table.

Collaborative In-person RCR-200 level Courses are designed to engage our community in face-to-face discussions about RCR topics.  There are two options for completing an in-person RCR-200 level course:

  1. Attend an interactive workshop on an RCR topic
  2. Participate in an RCR discussion within your research unit

Visit the RCR Toolbox & Calendar to download materials for a unit-led RCR discussion and to view the RCR Workshop calendar. 

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1. RCR Workshops

a) RCR Workshops are offered every other month through ASIST/Trent Center and do not require any previous RCR training. Visit the RCR Toolbox & Calendar to learn about upcoming RCR workshops. You will receive RCR credit when you scan your ID badge at the RCR workshop.

b) Attending an interactive Duke event/workshop that covers an RCR topic will also count for RCR credit.  Visit the RCR Toolbox & Calendar to find the RCR workshop calendar where you can see some of the great workshops organized by other Duke offices. Read the RCR Workshop Criteria Guidelines for a more thorough description of how to identify a Duke workshop that will qualify for RCR credit.  To receive RCR credit for participating in a qualifying Duke workshop, complete an online self-attestation form after you attend the event (use self-attest button above).

2. Unit-led RCR discussion sections

Participating in an RCR discussion section within your research unit (at the level of center, department, lab, etc.) is a great way to meet your RCR-200 level requirement.  Devote one of your regularly scheduled meetings to an RCR topic and learn what your colleagues are thinking about and how they are responding to research integrity questions and challenges.   ASIST has developed an RCR Toolbox, which contains a library of content materials and process guides on how to lead and participate in an open RCR discussion.  To receive RCR credit for participating in a RCR discussion, complete an online self-attestation form after you attend the discussion (use self-attest button above).


Interactive Workshops and Events for RCR credit

 

October 14, 2019, 2:00 - 3:30 pm, Trent Semans Great Hall

Register at the link: http://duke.is/wuRfmD

  • Reflecting on the Duke Research Misconduct Case

October 17, 11 am – 1:30 pm, The Edge Workshop room (Bostock Library 127 on West Campus):

Guest speakers: Donna Kessler, PHD, Duke Research Misconduct Review Officer, Duke University and Chris Simon, PhD, Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities and  History of Medicine
This workshop provides participants an interactive learning experience and the opportunity to reflect on the notorious research misconduct case. Participants will identify together other topics related to research integrity such as 1) challenges to collaborative research projects, including international projects 2) Ethical issues related to conflict of interests (including advocacy and research, activism and research, financial conflict of interest, etc.)
Attendance is capped at 50: Please book your seat at the LINK
The content is highly relevant to humanists and social scientists, but is open and relevant to all researchers and staff engaged in research at Duke.

  • Fall 2019 Inclusion & Power Dynamics Series: Difficult Conversations from a Low Power Perspective (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences and Office for Faculty Advancement)
October 24, 8:30 am – 10:00 am, DIBS multipurpose room, B035, The Cube, LSRC
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November 4, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, DIBS multipurpose room, B035, The Cube, LSRC

In this session, presented by Don Shortslef and Gina Rogers from Duke Learning and Organizational Development, participants will develop skills in handling difficult conversations between individuals, and particularly when speaking with someone in a higher position. This will be an interactive presentation with participants having the opportunity to role-play situations and engage with the speakers and one another. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to identify a crucial conversation; apply the conversation model to speak persuasively, not abrasively; and approach individual and group disagreements with positive expectations and results. Broadly, the session will discuss conflict of interest/commitment; mentor/advisee responsibilities; harassment prevention; and diversity and inclusion in a research environment.
Register at the link: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eII5JDHfTx850up

  • Fall 2019 Inclusion & Power Dynamics Series: Mentoring Diverse Groups (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences and Office for Faculty Advancement)
October 28, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, DIBS multipurpose room, B035, The Cube, LSRC

This session will be presented by Dr. Leonor Corsino from the Office of Faculty Mentoring Training, which partners with the National Research Mentoring Network  on this interactive curriculum. The relationship between Mentor and Mentee can be a critical determinant for successful career development. In this workshop, we will provide tools and resources to improve the mentor and mentee experiences. Specifically, we will focus on (1) maintaining effective communication, including developing skills to communicate across different backgrounds, engaging in active listening, and providing constructive feedback; and (2) equity and inclusion: recognizing the impact of conscious and unconscious assumptions, biases and preconceptions on the mentor-mentee relationship and learning strategies for addressing issues of equity and inclusion. This session will be presented by Dr. Leonor Corsino from the Office of Faculty Mentoring Training, which partners with the National Research Mentoring Network  on this interactive curriculum. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to identify communication styles; provide constructive feedback; communicate effectively across differences; practice active listening; use multiple strategies for improving communication. Broadly, the session will discuss conflict of interest/commitment; mentor/advisee responsibilities; harassment prevention; and diversity and inclusion in a research environment.
Register at the link: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eII5JDHfTx850up

  • Managing Sensitive Data (Duke Library)

November 12, 2019.  1:30pm - 3:00pm, Bostock 127 (The Edge Workshop Room)
Registration Required: Click here to RSVP to this event

  • Communicating research results effectively and responsibly

November 21, 2:00 – 4:30 pm, The Edge Workshop room (Bostock Library 127 on West Campus

Guest speakers: Cary Moskovitz, PhD  (Duke Thomson Program), Eric Ferreri (Duke University Communications), Sonja Likness - Social Media specialist of Duke University Communications)
This workshop provides participants an interactive learning experience and the opportunity to reflect on topics related to research communication to multiple audiences, in order to maximize impact while not compromising the integrity of research. What are the implications of presenting “in-progress” research to the media or social media? How chances to publish in an academic journal will change if your partial research results were shared earlier. What are the ethical considerations regarding authorship and recycling research results?

Attendance is capped at 50: Book your seat at the LINK
The content is highly relevant to humanists and social scientists, but is open and relevant to all researchers and staff engaged in research at Duke.

 


Past events that counted for RCR-200 credit:
8/15/2019: Research Integrity Roundtable (ASIST)
8/1/2019: Tools to Streamline Proposal Development Town Hall (DOSI)
7/25/2019: Research Integrity Roundtable (ASIST)
6/12/2019: Managing Sensitive Data (Duke Library)
6/11/2019: Proposal Submission and Management Town Hall (DOSI)
5/16/2019: Reproducible Research with Git, Github, R, and Rstudio (Nicholas School/ASIST)
5/10/2019: RCR workshop (ASIST)
5/6/2019: International Collaborations Town Hall (DOSI)
5/3/2019: 2019 REACH Equity Colloquium: Understanding and Mitigating the Effects of Implicit Bias in Healthcare (Duke Center for Research to Advance Health Equity)
5/1/2019: Striving for Research Mentoring Excellence: Ethics and Inclusion (Pratt School of Engineering/ASIST)
4/19/2019: Ethics and Visualization (Duke Library/ASIST)
4/18/2019: Promoting Trainee/Mentee Research Self–Efficacy (Pratt School of Engineering)
4/16/2019: Promoting Trainee/Mentee Research Self–Efficacy (Pratt School of Engineering)
4/11/2019: RCR workshop (ASIST)
4/10/2019: Data Management Research Town Hall (DOSI)
4/9/2019: Engaging International Students in the Classroom and Beyond (Pratt School of Engineering)
4/8/2019: Bystander training for faculty (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences)
4/1/2019: Bystander training for staff (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences)
3/28/2019: Lab Management Workshop (Duke Office of Faculty Advancement)
3/8/2019: RCR workshop (ASIST)
3/5/2019: Entrepreneurship & COI Research Town Hall (DOSI)
2/6/2019: Plagiarism Research Town Hall (DOSI)
1/11/2019: RCR workshop (ASIST)
1/7/2019: Authorship Research Town Hall (DOSI)
11/16/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
6/14/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
5/25/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
4/30/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
3/14/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
2/23/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)