2020 Webinar 2: What is Text Recycling? When is it Acceptable? When is it Legal?

Held: Wednesday, June 17, 2020 from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET

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This webinar will begin by examining what plagiarism is and shed light on how journals may address plagiarism-related issues. From there, attendees will be guided through the Text Recycling Research Project – which aims to better understand text recycling, to help build consensus among stakeholders, and to promote ethical and appropriate practice – and learn about plans for developing new guidelines in this area.


Debbie Parrish, Founder, Parrish Law Offices


Kelly Hadsell, Editorial Director, KWF Editorial

Kelly Hadsell is an Editorial Director at KWF Editorial where she ensures that client expectations are met with best publishing practices and the highest levels of customer support. She joined KWF Editorial in 2016 with more than 20 years’ experience in scientific publishing. Her previous experience includes serving as managing editor for the Journal for Immunotherapy of Cancer and as the Director of Editorial Operations for the eight journals of the American Association for Cancer Research. Kelly is also the chairperson of the Council of Science Editors’ Editorial Policy Committee and an editorial board member for the journal Peer Review Research and Integrity.

Cary Moskovitz, Director of Writing in the Disciplines, Duke University

Cary Moskovitz is Professor of the Practice in Writing in the Thompson Writing Program at Duke and directs the Text Recycling Research Project. His articles and essays related to teaching writing or text recycling have appeared in publications such as The Chronicle of Higher Education, Science, College Composition and Communication, Research Integrity and Peer Review, and the Journal of College Science Teaching. He has served as a consultant on writing pedagogy and led faculty workshops at a number of U.S. colleges and universities.