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In How to avoid plagiarism Clare Trowell, Marshall Librarian, discusses self-plagiarism, accidental plagiarism and how to avoid both in this recording of an RD Live session (approx. 32 minutes).

The Copyright and Licences LibGuide covers how to protect and share your own work, and what to do if you want to use someone else's work. Copyright law is a complex field, so this guide focuses on the aspects most relevant to researchers.

Watch Clare Trowell discuss plagiarism on YouTube

How to Avoid Plagiarism

Copyright and Licences LibGuide

Copyright and Licences

Research Ethics encompassess two modules - Good Research Practice and Working with Human Subjects - covering the ethics of involving human participants directly or indirectly in research projects.

The Medical Research Council's Good Research Practice e-Learning suite covers a range of topics including research data and confidentiality, human tissue legislation, and making an application using the Integrated Research Applications System.

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Research Ethics

Explore the Good Research Practice suite

Good Research Practice