Research Integrity: Understanding our shared responsibility for a sustainable scholarly ecosystem.

Broaden your view of what it means to conduct research with integrity.

Without a trusted record of research, it’s impossible to replicate results, use research outcomes effectively, or build upon prior ideas, and in today’s era of “fake news” and public mistrust of science, maintaining the validity of the scholarly record is more important than ever.

All stakeholders across the research community– from individual authors, editors and reviewers, to publishers, institutions and funders– have an important role to play to uphold research integrity.

In this new report from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)™, learn about the different types of behavior beyond “fabrication, falsification and plagiarism” (FFP) that undermine research integrity across the system, where these practices typically occur in the research lifecycle, and what you can do to combat them.