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Title:Examining Doctoral Student Education for Collaborative Authorship in LIS
Author(s):Whetstone, Devon; Moulaison Sandy, Heather
Subject(s):Authorship criteria
Authorship practices
Doctoral education
Student research
Abstract:Doctoral students in Library and Information Science (LIS) are encouraged to publish formally by themselves, but also with faculty and peer collaborators. Ethical practices for evaluating authorship contribution in collaborative research projects are not, however, generally included as a formal aspect of doctoral education. How, then, can LIS doctoral students best learn about the ethical enactment of co-authorship? This paper presents and synthesizes literature and standards on authorship collaborations relevant to doctoral students and their mentors, and makes three recommendations to supplement authorship education in the curriculum of LIS doctoral programs. Special attention is devoted to interdisciplinary collaborations.
Issue Date:2020-10-13
Series/Report:Information Ethics
Scholarly Communications
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-10-09

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