“Be one hundred percent decent”, – concluded, NAQA member Artem Artiukhov, his speech on the “Analysis of sucessfull academic integrity practices in accreditation” webinar.
On September 18, 2020, during an online-seminar for expert’s trainers the need and importance to share practices and spread further the idea of academic integrity were discussed.
Taras Finikov, President of the International Foundation for Educational Policy Research, Professor of the University of Warsaw, gave an introductory speech, talking about the webinar’s purpose, program, and the expectations of the hosts, he emphasized that even given the complicated reality of online and mixed accreditations, this is not a reason to give up quality and compliance with the rules of the process.
Artem Artiukhov analyzed the fixation of academic integrity in self-assessment and the general tendency to detect plagiarism in scientific works.
On the Practices of Ensuring Academic Integrity in American Universities: Expert Approaches to Assessment – was a presentation by Mick Mullay, an expert and trainer on building relationships between higher education and business environments. The speaker compared the practices of American and Ukrainian universities.
Joint discussion of present issues helps to adapt to today’s challenges – speakers and trainers were able to see it for themselves again after a second of a series of three webinars.