Ethics Statement

Members of the ISETE are expected to uphold the highest ethical standards in all aspects of scholarship, research, and professional practice.

ISETE General Statement on Standards

We affirm our commitment to widely recognized ethical principles, including, but not limited to, standards regarding:

  1. 1. scholarly and scientific integrity
  2. 2. protection of the rights of research participants, associates, and sponsors
  3. 3. plagiarism and authorship credit
  4. 4. publication of methods and findings
  5. 5. disclosure of potential conflicts of interest
  6. 6. scholarly evaluation, criticism, and debate
  7. 7. nondiscrimination and respect for human diversity
  8. 8. Social responsibility

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