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Online Learning Tool for Research Integrity and Image Processing  

This site explains what is appropriate in image processing in science and what is not. It also shows how best practices in handling images intersects with other best practices.

Drawing of two female researchers using a computer and a microscope

The site provides:

The site is intended for students and faculty members to help use and encourage best practices for promoting research integrity in their research groups. The site is also intended for researchers and administrators at all levels to help to teach best practices for research integrity among students and colleagues alike.

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Image Link to Case Study Videos
Image Link to Photoshop Videos
Image Link to Journal Editor Interview Videos
Case Study: Learn how the image guidelines intersect with best practices in mentoring and authorship.
Guidelines Photoshop Videos: Illustrating the guidelines for appropriately handling images.
Journal Editor Interview: Suggestions for how to encourage best practices on a university-wide basis.

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Image and Link - Guidelines Section
  Questionable Practices

Image and Link - Questionable Practices Section
  Case Study

Image and Link - Case Study Section

Misconduct Cases

Image and Link - Misconduct Cases Section
  The Continuum

Image and Link - The Continuum Section


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