Ethics Working Committee Draft. Do Not Distribute. For Review Only.

How to review and make comments

Permalink for this paragraph 1 You may read the document on this web site or download a PDF version here.  You may make comments on this site (see below for directions) or you may email comments to Elizabeth Buchanan [buchanane@uwstout.edu] and Annette Markham [amarkham@gmail.com], and they will share those comments with committee members.

Permalink for this paragraph 0 There will also be a feedback session at AoIR 12 in Seattle about the draft guidelines. If you are attending AoIR, please consider attending on Tuesday, October 11, at 4:00 (room to be announced)  to share your thoughts with committee members.

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