Collaborative-200 Level

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Complete One Collaborative In-Person RCR Program every 3 years

 

Collaborative in-person RCR-200 level courses are designed to engage our community in face-to-face discussions about RCR topics.

There are 2 options for receiving RCR-200 credit.
For event organizers, please see the form at the end of the page to submit your event for RCR-200 accreditation.

 

1) Attend a Duke RCR Workshop

The RCR workshop calendar provides a list of all of the workshops organized by ASIST and other Duke offices on campus that will count for RCR-200 credit.  Look for an event that covers an RCR topic that is interesting to you

RCR-200 credit for attending a Duke RCR workshop will be granted through attendance collection on the day of the event

 

2) Participate in an RCR discussion with your research unit

Visit the RCR Toolbox for resources, guidelines, and information on how to facilitate and lead a small RCR discussion with your research team.

RCR-200 credit for participating in a unit-led RCR discussion will be granted when attendees fill out the online Self-Attest form.​

 


Request for your event to receive RCR-200 accreditation

If you are interested in organizing a workshop that qualifies for RCR200 credit, read our RCR Workshop Guidelines and Criteria document and submit this electronic form for ASIST review.

 

4/15/2020: Improving Data Management with Lab Archives (ASIST)
4/15/2020: Your Role as a Scholar and Mentor while Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis (Office of Faculty Advancement)
4/10/2020: RCR Roundtable: Reflecting on the Duke Translational Omics Case (ASIST)
4/07/2020: Research Data Management 201: How and where to publish your data (Duke Libraries)
3/31/2020: Research Reproducibility: Tips and Tools (Duke Libraries)
3/03/2020: Promoting Equity through Allyship: Exploring Bias Literacy, Power Mapping (DIBS)
2/26/2020: Setting Up Your Research Laboratory (Office of Physician Scientist Development)
2/26/2020: Research Integrity Roundtables: Reflecting on the Duke Omics Case (DOSI)
1/31/2020: Bullying in Academic Science (Duke Institute for Brain Studies - DIBS)
1/29/2020: Increasing Student Engagement in Classrooms and Labs - Extended Faculty Workshop (Office of Faculty Advancement)
1/27/2020: Research Integrity Roundtables: Reflecting on the Duke Omics Case (DOSI)
1/23/2020: Reproducible Research with Git, Github, R, RStudio
1/16/2020: Promoting a Professional and Ethical Research and Mentoring Environment - Leadership Workshop (Office of Faculty Advancement)
12/12/2019: The Empowered Author: Negotiating Contracts and Navigating the Scholarly Publishing Ecosystem (Duke Libraries)
12/4/2019: Communicating Research Results Effectively and Responsibly (DOSI)
11/21/2019: Communicating Research Results Effectively and Responsibly (DOSI)
11/12/2019: Managing Sensitive Data (Duke Libraries)
11/5/2019: Research Town Hall: Building Good Institutional Practices at Duke (DOSI)
11/4/2019: Navigating Difficult Conversations from a Low-Power Position (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences)
10/28/2019: Mentoring Diverse Groups: How to bring out the best in all (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences)
10/24/2019: Navigating Difficult Conversations from a Low-Power Position (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences)
10/22/2019: FAS Workshop Series: Refining Practices in Student Mentoring (Office of Faculty Advancement)
10/17/2019: Reflecting on the Duke Omics Case (DOSI, Trent center for Bioethics, Humanities and the History of Medicine
10/14/2019: Research Town Hall: How to Build Responsible Research Mentoring (DOSI)
9/11/2019: One the Respect of Data Town Hall (DOSI)
8/15/2019: Research Integrity Roundtable (ASIST)
8/1/2019: Tools to Streamline Proposal Development Town Hall (DOSI)
7/25/2019: Research Integrity Roundtable (ASIST)
6/12/2019: Managing Sensitive Data (Duke Library)
6/11/2019: Proposal Submission and Management Town Hall (DOSI)
5/16/2019: Reproducible Research with Git, Github, R, and Rstudio (Nicholas School/ASIST)
5/10/2019: RCR workshop (ASIST)
5/6/2019: International Collaborations Town Hall (DOSI)
5/3/2019: 2019 REACH Equity Colloquium: Understanding and Mitigating the Effects of Implicit Bias in Healthcare (Duke Center for Research to Advance Health Equity)
5/1/2019: Striving for Research Mentoring Excellence: Ethics and Inclusion (Pratt School of Engineering/ASIST)
4/19/2019: Ethics and Visualization (Duke Library/ASIST)
4/18/2019: Promoting Trainee/Mentee Research Self–Efficacy (Pratt School of Engineering)
4/16/2019: Promoting Trainee/Mentee Research Self–Efficacy (Pratt School of Engineering)
4/11/2019: RCR workshop (ASIST)
4/10/2019: Data Management Research Town Hall (DOSI)
4/9/2019: Engaging International Students in the Classroom and Beyond (Pratt School of Engineering)
4/8/2019: Bystander training for faculty (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences)
4/1/2019: Bystander training for staff (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences)
3/28/2019: Lab Management Workshop (Duke Office of Faculty Advancement)
3/8/2019: RCR workshop (ASIST)
3/5/2019: Entrepreneurship & COI Research Town Hall (DOSI)
2/6/2019: Plagiarism Research Town Hall (DOSI)
1/11/2019: RCR workshop (ASIST)
1/7/2019: Authorship Research Town Hall (DOSI)
11/16/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
6/14/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
5/25/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
4/30/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
3/14/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)
2/23/2018: RCR workshop (ASIST)