Video: A complete guide to understanding authorship in scholarly publication

A complete guide to understanding authorship in scholarly publication

Authorship in a scholarly publication can be a rather confusing concept, especially for early career researchers. As most research is conducted collaboratively, it is important that you understand the ethical aspects of authorship to avoid  authorship related conflicts and frauds. This video by the University of Utah, presented by Patricia Morton, takes you through the basics of authorship and conflicts that arise along with ways to avoid them. Watch this video to understand what you need to consider while initiating a multi-authored project.

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