Preventing Authorship Disputes  Discuss authorship at the beginning of a project ◦ Review applicable authorship guidelines ◦ Identify likely and possible authors ◦ Identify criteria used to determine final authorship ◦ Give consideration to authorship when assigning responsibilities to the project  Re-visit the topic of authorship as needed ◦ During the project ◦ Prior to submission of manuscripts  Authors should jointly decide the order of authorship, with senior author orand PICreative making Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/ final decisions
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Objectives  List reasons that authorship is important to you, faculty members, and to the university  Understand student rights regarding authorship of theses and dissertations  Understand ways in which students might increase their opportunities to earn authorship  Understand factors that help to determine the quality of a research manuscript  Understand the provisions of the MSU Authorship Guidelines, and use the four authorship criteria from the MSU Authorship Guidelines to explain howScholarship, you earned Responsible Conduct of Research, and Creative Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Objectives, continued  Locate authorship guidelines from at least three journals in your discipline - indicate whether these guidelines are similar or dissimilar  Indicate how authorship disputes can be prevented  Indicate how authorship disputes should be resolved  Identify the office or offices at MSU that handle disputes about authorship Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Authorship Guidelines  MSU researchers are expected to comply with the authorship policies of the journals or other venues in which they publish  Use the MSU Authorship Guidelines if the journal publisher does not have a policy or guidelines  If your work is subject to conflicting guidelines, discuss the matter with your coauthors and work toward a consensus solution Source: J. Pivarnik, MSU Research Integrity Officer, personal communication, 10/29/09 Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Ethics In Research Grad Chem Core Course Fall 2008 Authorship, Review, Citation, Credits Three-out-of-four rule in the DV Lab Conceive Active vs. Honorary authorship Conduct For UMass Policies on joint authorship see: Policy Statement on Joint Authorship Interpret At The University of Massachusetts Present At Amherst Citations- Give Credit Where Due Plagiarism- Do NOT copy phrases or ideas without Credits All Journals have Ethical Guidelines for the Publication of Chemical Research
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MSU Authorship Guidelines, continued 2. Contributions that do not justify authorship should be acknowledged 3. Honorary authorship should not be tolerated 4. The rights of graduate students to publish the results of their research should be protected 5. The “senior” author is the person who leads the study and makes the most substantial contribution 6. The senior author determines order of authorship in consultation with other Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creativenotes Activities members of the research team (see Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Liangjie Hong and Brian D. Davison Motivation Problem Definition Features Experiments Conclusion Summary • Question Detection N-gram Authorship+Question Mark+5W1H+Length • Answer Detection Position, Authorship Position+Authorship Language Model+Position+Authorship SIGIR July 2009
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Liangjie Hong and Brian D. Davison Motivation Problem Definition Features Experiments Conclusion Summary • Question Detection N-gram Authorship+Question Mark+5W1H+Length • Answer Detection Position, Authorship Position+Authorship Language Model+Position+Authorship This is only a starting point! SIGIR July 2009
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Psychosis – Treatment Considerations APA Treatment Guidelines http://psychiatryonline.org/pb/assets/raw/sitewide/practice_guidelines/guidelines/schizophrenia.pdf http://psychiatryonline.org/pb/assets/raw/sitewide/practice_guidelines/guidelines/schizophrenia-watch.pdf http://psychiatryonline.org/pb/assets/raw/sitewide/practice_guidelines/guidelines/schizophrenia-guide.pdf NICE Treatment Guidelines http://www.guidelines.co.uk/central_nervous_system_nice_psychosis_schizophrenia_feb14#.VPedV-85CW8 http://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg120/chapter/guidance National Medical Journal of India http://www.nmji.in/archives/Volume_19_6_Nov_Dec_2006/Everyday_Practice_new/every_day_practice_19_6.htm Australian Guidelines http://www.ycentral.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Aust-Clinical-Guidelines-for-Early-Psychosis.pdf https://www.ranzcp.org/Files/Resources/Publications/CPG/Clinician/APY535-pdf.aspx http://www.guideline.gov/content.aspx?id=43862
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Psychosis – Treatment Considerations APA Treatment Guidelines http://psychiatryonline.org/pb/assets/raw/sitewide/practice_guidelines/guidelines/schizophrenia.pdf http://psychiatryonline.org/pb/assets/raw/sitewide/practice_guidelines/guidelines/schizophrenia-watch.pdf http://psychiatryonline.org/pb/assets/raw/sitewide/practice_guidelines/guidelines/schizophrenia-guide.pdf NICE Treatment Guidelines http://www.guidelines.co.uk/central_nervous_system_nice_psychosis_schizophrenia_feb14#.VPedV-85CW8 http://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg120/chapter/guidance National Medical Journal of India http://archive.nmji.in/archives/Volume_19_6_Nov_Dec_2006/Everyday_Practice_new/Everyday_practice.pdf Australian Guidelines http://www.ycentral.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Aust-Clinical-Guidelines-for-Early-Psychosis.pdf https://www.ranzcp.org/Files/Resources/Publications/CPG/Clinician/APY535-pdf.aspx
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Quiz Study the notes version of the authorship and publication presentation, namely the version saved in Adobe/pdf format that includes notes under the slides. Sample question formats are provided below:  Multiple-choice: The basic format of multiple-choice questions is a question followed by five possible answers. Your task is to identify the one best answer. Questions are related to the objectives from the authorship and publication presentation. You will be expected to understand MSU policies and guidelines related to authorship and publication. Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Quiz, continued  True-false: You will read a statement about authorship and publication that is related to the objectives from the authorship and publication presentation, and to respond by indicating whether the statement is true or false. You will be expected to understand MSU policies and guidelines related to authorship and publication. Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Authorship • This can be a sensitive matter which deserves careful consideration. • Credit in research paper is recognized in three ways; 1. Citations or references 2. Authorship 3. Acknowledgement • Authorship is the most prestigious type of credit, and all persons “directly” involved in the research and making “substantive” contributions should be included as authors. 22
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Authorship Guidelines, continued  What are the authorship policies and guidelines established by ◦ Professional organizations in your discipline? ◦ Professional journals in your field? ◦ Where can you find this information? Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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MSU Authorship Guidelines http://rio.msu.edu/authorshipguidelines.htm The MSU Authorship Guidelines are based upon these principles and best practices: 1. Authors should demonstrate: a. Substantial participation in conception and design of the study, or in analysis and interpretation of data b. Substantial participation in the drafting or editing of the manuscript c. Final approval of the version to be published d. Ability to explain and defend the study in public or scholarly settings Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Copyright law protects "original works of authorship" that are "fixed in any tangible medium of expression." Legal use, without permission, of copyrighted work is limited to "fair use" of the work. Educational and research use is not necessarily "fair use", especially if the work is published, as your thesis will be with ProQuest and as (hopefully) many of your future journal articles or books will be. You may be better off acquiring permission to use the work in question from the start, or to figure out how not to use material of questionable copyright in your dissertation or thesis. The table below shows general guidelines for determining whether the age, authorship, and status of a work means that it is, or is not likely to be copyrighted.
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MSU Authorship Guidelines, continued 7. Disputes over authorship should be resolved by senior author and/or principal investigator (PI) in collaboration with other authors – mediation may be appropriate if disputes cannot be resolved amongst the authors Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Publication Guidelines  Scholarly integrity – assure the accuracy of content and the submission of original work  Authorship – recognize contributions with authorship or acknowledgement, all authors responsible for scholarly integrity, students are first and only authors on theses and dissertations  Manuscript submission – avoid duplicate publication of data, multiple submissions of the same manuscript, and piecemeal publications  Approval to use human or animal subjects – submit proof of IRB or IACUC approval  Copyright Responsible Conduct of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities status – transfer copyright to the Michigan State University Graduate School, 2010 http://grad.msu.edu/
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Notice of Potential Ineligibility for License 1  An individual who has been convicted of an offense may be ineligible for issuance of an occupational license upon completion of the educational program.  Licensing authorities that issue an occupational license to an individual who completes the educational program issue guidelines stating the reasons a particular crime is considered to relate to a particular occupational license and any other criterion that affects the decisions of the licensing authority.  A state licensing authority that issues guidelines files those guidelines with the secretary of state for publication in the Texas Register.  Local or county licensing authorities that issue an occupational license to an individual who completes the educational program issue guidelines related to criminal history and post the guidelines at the courthouse of the county in which the licensing authority is located or publish them in a newspaper having countrywide circulation in that county.  Applicants should contact their respective local or county licensing authority for more details.   An individual may request a criminal history evaluation letter regarding the personal eligibility for a license issued by a licensing authority as required by Texas Occupation Code § 53.102. ◦ For PT/PTA this is done through the Executive Council of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Examiners  All applicants to and enrollees are encouraged to review all applicable eligibility requirements related to the respective occupational license. Questions related to eligibility requirements should be directed to the applicable licensing authority. Footnotes Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 53.152 Occupational license” means a license, certificate, registration, permit, or other form of authorization required by law or rule that must be obtained by an individual to engage in a particular business or occupation. Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 58.001. “Licensing authority” means a state agency or political subdivision that issues an occupational license. Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 58.001.
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Binder One: Departmental T&P Guidelines • Departmental guidelines are updated every 3 years • Assistant professors generally go up under the T&P guidelines that were in effect when they were appointed, but have the option of going up under newer guidelines if they so desire. This is the candidate’s choice. • Associate professors going up for full professor go up under guidelines in effect within the last 5 years
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International Conference on Harmonization 4 major categories of standards are: 1. Quality guidelines related to chemical and pharmaceutical research. 2. Safety guidelines in vitro & in vivo pre-clinical studies 3. Efficacy guidelines – E1-E2F: Clinical safety – E6: Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guidelines 4. Multidisciplinary guidelines related to cross-cutting topics that do not fit into one of the above categories (i.e. electronic standards, gene therapy, standards for medical terminology and drug dictionaries, etc.) WVU Clinical Trials Research Unit
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Guidelines, Mentors, and Templates  Guidelines are the rules, recommendations, and heuristics that support activities  For example, modeling and programming guidelines  Tool mentors explain how to use a specific tool to perform an activity or steps in an activity  For example, building a design model using Rational Rose  Templates are predefined artifacts  For example, a Rational SoDA template for a Use-Case Report  Guidelines, tool mentors and templates make it easier to apply the process correctly and consistently  While we have focused mainly on the overall framework of the Rational Unified Process, i.e., the phases and disciplines, the process provides much more technical and detailed guidance for the developer.  Guidelines, tool mentors and templates are used by developers on a daily basis to accomplish their technical tasks. Unified Software Practices v 5.0-D Copyright  1998 Rational Software, all rights reserved 19
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Task 2: Develop Team Process Guidelines Write out a set of guidelines/rules (your constitution) that governs the performance of your team behavior. 1. Decision-making guidelines 2. Meeting guidelines 3. Conflict-resolution guidelines 3.1 What will the team do when members are doing substandard work and not meeting the performance objectives? 3.2 How will the team determine what substandard performance is? 3.3 What happens if a member misses a meeting? 3.4 What will the team do if they cannot resolve the conflict among themselves?
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PAI786, Class 14: Poverty •Poverty Guidelines and Program Eligibility, Cont. ▫Certain recent provisions of Medicaid use the poverty guidelines, but most of the program does not. ▫Major means-tested programs that do NOT use the poverty guidelines for eligibility include Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Supplemental Security Income, the Earned Income Tax Credit, HUD’s means-tested housing assistance programs, and the Social Services Block Grant. ▫Some state and local governments use the federal poverty guidelines in some of their own programs.  Examples include state health insurance programs, financial guidelines for child support enforcement, and determination of legal indigence for court purposes.
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Review of Procedures, Prior Reports, and Guidelines Summer 2017 Read or reread all previous Review of Provost reports: 2002: 2004: 2007: 2009: 2014: Procedures, HLC/Assessme Prior nt Coordinator Reports, Guidelines Summer 2017 Review the Assurance System Webinar and Update Timeline Review of Provost Procedures, HLC/Assessme Prior nt Coordinator Reports, Guidelines Fall 2017 Review Federal Compliance Guidelines Review of Provost Procedures, HLC/Assessme Prior nt Coordinator Reports, Guidelines .
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Where to find the guidelines?  Capstone guidelines for Computer Information Science. http:// www.lasalle.edu/grad/index.php?section=cis&page=cap stone  Capstone guidelines for Information Technology Leadership http:// www.lasalle.edu/grad/index.php?section=itl&page=cap stone  Capstone guidelines for Economic Crime Forensics Please use either link above. The general guidelines are the
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