The training resources on this site will assist you with learning about:
- Common topics covered in Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training and education
- Resources available to faculty and students interested in engaging in and promoting the responsible conduct of research in their field
Staff from Research Compliance Services are happy to provide class presentations and group or individual consultations. Please email us to request a presentation or consultation. Access to the UO's RCR Training Plan, and an overview of NIH and NSF RCR training requirements is available on the OVPRI's Integrity and Compliance website here.
The entire suite of RISE on-demand educational videos and supplemental materials are available through the OVPRI Educational Opportunities Community Canvas site. Click here to request your initial access and please allow one business day for the access to be granted
Free, online RCR training is available to all UO students, faculty and staff through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). The CITI training includes high quality, peer reviewed modules aimed to enhance the integrity and professionalism of investigators and staff conducting research.
CITI RCR online training may satisfy some of NSF or NIH’s RCR requirements (the training plans submitted with award proposals should indicate whether or not and how the CITI RCR training will be used in the RCR training). CITI RCR training is also an option for any individual who is interested in the responsible conduct of research.
- Intro to RCR
- Collaborative Research
- Conflicts of Interest
- Data Management
- Peer Review
- Research Misconduct
Optional and Elective Modules:
- Financial Responsibility
- Using Animal Subjects in Research
- Research Involving Human Subjects
- Research, Ethics, and Society
- Environmental and Social Dimensions of Engineering Research
The Office of Research Integrity offers a recorded "role play" training video, available in multiple languages and closed captions. The video allows viewers to play different characters - e.g. graduate student, faculty advisor, Research Integrity Officer - and deal with issues of ethical conduct of research from a variety of perspectives. A tutorial for each character also provides the chance to examine the process of ethical decision-making.
Video 1: The Left Out Author; Infographic Authorship Practices To Avoid conflicts
Video 2: The Bad Role Model; Infographic 5 Qualities of Good Research Mentors
Video 3: The Grant Application Game...; Infographic Apply for A Grant? Don't Take Shortcuts
Video 4: Breaking Protocol; Infographic Slippery Slope to Research Misconduct
Video 5: Caught Cheating; Infographic You've Been Accused of Research Misconduct – Now What?
Video 6: Ruined Internship: The Consequences of Plagiarism; Infographic Tips for Avoiding Plagiarism
Staff from Research Compliance Services are happy to provide class presentations and group or individual consultations. Please email us to request a presentation or consultation.