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A series of training sessions in Research Ethics in the Language Sciences is currently being organized by the ED 622 and will start in May 2021. Covered topics include:

  • Experimental research in the lab and in the field
  • Corpus-based research
  • Linguistic fieldwork

Equivalent training hours: 10 hours

In May 2021, a first, pilot series (in French only, for the time being) will be available to PhD students currently enrolled in their first year at Université de Paris. After a first review by the team of instructors and the participants, the series will be extended to all the PhD students (U de Paris and Sorbonne Nouvelle), and will become obligatory.

Description
The research ethics training in Language Sciences is intended for doctoral students at the beginning of their thesis in order to enable them to use the recommendations presented in their doctoral research and eventually to submit their study for review by an ethics committee. The training will consist of 2 sessions of 2 hours each. During the first session (Thursday, May 27th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm), a presentation on research ethics will be given to the participants, including the example of the submission file for ethics review by the CER of the University of Paris. Following this first session, participants will be asked to prepare a review file on their own research when relevant, and to evaluate the file of another participant (the files will also be read by one of the teachers). The second session (Thursday, June 24, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.) will be an opportunity to go back over the files in small groups, with each speaker leading a group of participants.

Relevant information: Research Ethics Committee of the Université de Paris_submission form in French

english_version.txt · Dernière modification: 2021/05/09 22:42 par ichitoran