Towards a culture of open scholarship: the role of pedagogical communities

  title={Towards a culture of open scholarship: the role of pedagogical communities},
  author={Fl{\'a}vio Azevedo and Meng Liu and Charlotte R. Pennington and Madeleine Pownall and Thomas Rhys Evans and Samantha Parsons and Mahmoud Medhat Elsherif and Letic{\`i}a Rettore Micheli and Samuel J. Westwood},
  journal={BMC Research Notes},
The UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has called for evidence on the roles that different stakeholders play in reproducibility and research integrity. Of central priority are proposals for improving research integrity and quality, as well as guidance and support for researchers. In response to this, we argue that there is one important component of research integrity that is often absent from discussion: the pedagogical consequences of how we teach, mentor, and supervise… 


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