ONLINE: Retractions in Science and Social Science Literature
This event has been moved online as part of the campus response to coronavirus (2020 March). Participants will join a lecture on Zoom with hands-on activities in the later part of the workshop.
This workshop will discuss the burgeoning phenomena of retractions in the scientific and social scientific literature. No one plans to have an article retracted, so we will cover what to do to avoid or address a retraction or expression of concern and what the existing editorial literature can offer if you do find yourself dealing with a retraction as an author or one of a group of authors.
Ciara Healy is the librarian for Psychology, Neuroscience, Mathematics and Physics at Duke University. She/They teach library instruction courses, covering all aspects of information organization and access. She supports citation software for the university libraries, and offers workshops to small groups. She is available for research consultations, and general support for research across the sciences and social sciences.
Hosted by Duke University Libraries in collaboration with Pratt Graduate Communications and Intercultural Programs.