iDARE stems from the project: Developing new approaches to ethics and research integrity training through challenges posed by Creative Practice Research, investigating new ways of supporting ethical know-how and creative practice research for higher degree research candidates, supervisors, academics and ethics administrators.
The aim of this research is to develop a robust and innovative ethics culture in creative arts and design practices within University research settings. It will examine how the ethics experience in the University setting can best accommodate research in creative practice and design; best prepare PhD/HDR candidates and academic researchers for a professional practice outside the academy and engender the acquisition of ‘ethical know-how’ that will enable graduates to negotiate ethical challenges in their careers.
2016 IDARE conference Theme: Creative Arts Research and the Ethics of Innovation September 28-29 2016
The keynote by Professor Jane Rendell, The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London is here. Professor Rendell is a leading UK researcher concerned with research ethics and building ethical know-how in Architecture and the creative disciplines.
iDARE Creative practice research and ethics case studies