One Year On – what we have learnt? Ethics session and handouts from Janet Salmon

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    Ethics has been a persistent theme of our network discussion here you can see Janet’s talk,Janet Salmons Ethical issues in social media research & access a useful handout:New Social Media Ethics for Research handout.

    Questions regarding all areas of research ethics have been central to the discussions and meetings held throughout this year-long project. Clearly, there are many ethical issues at every stage, from research design, to sampling and recruiting, collecting or generating data, analysing data and reporting results. Yet there is not a set of respected guidelines for good ethical practice to which e-researchers, research supervisors, reviewers, commisioners or editors can turn.

     

    We would like to make a contribution in this area, beginning with an assessment of existing e-research guidelines and resources to identify common themes, divergent views, gaps, and unanswered questions. NSMNSS network member Janet Salmons is taking the lead on this initial stage, and you can contact her to share any thoughts and resources:jesalmons@gmail.com. We hope this preliminary step will serve as a foundation for possible further development of materials, webinars, and/or training

     

    You can help the NSMNSS ethics project identify and address new and emerging e-research dilemmas! Please share your perspectives, priorities and recommendations in this quick questionnaire: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/e-ethics. You can take it anonymously or add your name and contact information, so we can share resources and reports as they are developed.

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