Research integrity can be defined as the coherent and consistent adherence to a set of principles underpinning the excellence and impact of our research at RMIT.
Research integrity means that research is trustworthy, and is honestly, ethically and responsibly conducted, described and reported. Supporting research integrity at RMIT enhances the excellence of our research and our ability to generate impact.
RMIT recognises the principles of responsible research conduct as established in the Australian Code for Responsible Conduct of Research 2018 (the Code):
For further information see the Research Integrity website.
In this video (part 1 of 2), Dr Daniel Barr discusses his role as Principal Research Integrity Advisor at RMIT in facilitating the responsible conduct of research. It serves as the foundation for a broader discussion on the guidelines and application of HDR and PhD research at universities both domestically and globally.
The progression of research integrity at global universities (Part 1) (12:40 min) by Integrity Matters by Turnitin (YouTube)
In this video (part 2 of 2), Dr Daniel Barr continues his discussion on the progression of research integrity at universities, advocating for a universality of research integrity principles. He explores the idea of integrity ‘markers’ or indicators, toward a shared, global understanding of research best practice.
The progression of research integrity at global universities (Part 2) (15:47 min) by Integrity Matters by Turnitin (YouTube)