European Network for Academic Integrity
European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers
National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance
Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
National Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine
Ukrainian Library Association
University of Economics in Bratislava
WSEI University in Lublin
The London Academy of Science and Business
Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation
NGO Innovative University
Sumy State University
Uzhhorod National University
Donetsk State University of Internal Affairs
Dnipro University of Technology
West Ukrainian National University
Analytical Center of Education Quality
INTEGRITY, OPEN SCIENCE AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
IN ACADEMIA AND BEYOND: MEETING AT THE CROSSROADS
Date: December 15, 2023
Time: 10:00-18:00 (EET)
Venue: online via ZOOM
Working language: English
Registration fee: free of charge
Publication: book of abstracts, publisher “Izdevnieciba “Baltija Publishing” Latvia
Participation mode: plenary speaker, regular speaker, poster session, listener.
The conference takes place within the framework of the Jean Monet modules ERASMUS-JMO-2021-HEI-TCH-RSCH-101048055 “AICE –With Academic integrity to EU values: step by step to common Europe”, ERASMUS-JMO-2022-HEI-TCH-RSCH-101085198 “OSEE – Open Science and Education in Europe: success stories for Ukrainian academia”.
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ALPHABETICAL ORDER):
Oleksandr Aziukovskyi, Rector, Dnipro University of Technology (Ukraine)
Oleksandr Berezko, Associate Professor, Lviv Polytechnic National University, President, Institute for Open Science and Innovation (Ukraine)
Oksana Brui, President, Ukrainian Library Association (Ukraine)
Andrii Butenko, Head, National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance (Ukraine)
Sebastian Dahle, Research Associate, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia), President, EURODOC (Belgium)
Iryna Degtyarova, Senior Researcher, Polish Rectors Foundation, Rector’s Plenipotentiary for Cooperation with Ukrainian Universities, SGH Warsaw School of Economics (Poland)
Oleksandr Dluhopolskyi, Professor, West Ukrainian National University (Ukraine)
Oleksandr Khyzhniak, Project Manager, Centre for International Cooperation, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Programme Manager, EIFL (Lithuania)
Aleksy Kwilinski, Professor, The London Academy of Science and Business, London (UK)
Amanda McKenzie, Director, Office of Academic Integrity, University of Waterloo (Canada)
Grygorii Mozolevych, Acting Director General, Directorate of Science and Innovation, Head, Expert Group on Integration into European Research Area, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (Ukraine)
Kathryn Nantz, Professor, Charles F. Dolan School of Business, Fairfield University (USA)
Walery Okulicz-Kozaryn, Profesor, Humanitas University (Poland)
Bogdan Popoveniuc, Director, Center for Researches in Applied Ethics, University “Stefan cel Mare” of Suceava (Romania)
Olha Prokopenko, Professor, Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (Estonia), President, Scientific and Technical Organization Teadmus (Estonia)
Salim Razi, Director of Centre for Academic Integrity, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University (Türkiye)
Robert Rehak, Vice-Dean for Research & PhD study, University of Economics in Bratislava (Slovakia)
Tony Ross-Hellauer, Leader of the Open and Reproducible Research Group TU Graz (Austria)
David Schmidt, Director, Patrick J. Waide Center for Applied Ethics, Fairfield University (USA)
Shivadas Sivasubramaniam, Head, Biomedical and Forensic Science, University of Derby (UK), Board Member, ENAI (Czech Republic)
Ali Tahmazov, Executive Director for International Market, Plagiat.pl, (Poland)
Loreta Tauginiene, Associated Researcher, Hanken School of Economics (Finland)
Tomasz Wołowiec, Vice-Rector for Science and International Cooperation, WSEI University (Poland)
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Artem Artyukhov, Sumy State University, National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance.
Mykhailo Vikhliaiev, Director, Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation.
Mykola Palinchak, Dean, Faculty of International Economic Relations, Uzhhorod National University.
Yehor Nazymko, First Vice-Rector, Donetsk State University of Internal Affairs.
Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation
Phone: +38 068 473 02 25
- General Issues and Cases of Academic Integrity
- Values of Integrity in Academia, Society and Business
- Integrity of Educational Process Key Roles: from Student to Educational Manager
- Integrity in Distributed Academic Environments
- Maintaining Academic Integrity in Distributed Educational Teams for Educational Managers
- Fostering Academic Integrity in Remote, Mixed and Face-to-Face Learning Processes
- Pedagogical Innovations for Academic Integrity Promotion
- Main Standards for Quality Assurance in Academia from an Integrity Perspective
- Research Integrity Challenges and Best Practices
- Business Ethics and Integrity
- Managerial Integrity in Educational Institutions and Business
- Violations of Integrity and Means to Address Them
- Integrity Ensuring Systems in Academia and Business: International, National and Local Experience
- Institutional Culture of Integrity in Academia and Business
- Academic Integrity Concerns in Open Scientific Community
- Integrity as a Key Value for Conscious Citizenship
- Fake Science: Revelation Comes Fast
- Place and Role of International Organizations in the Promotion of Integrity
- Media Space Ethics and Integrity Compliance
- Integrity Systems for Small Business: Challenges and Needs Analysis
- Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity
December 1, 2023: Deadline for registration, abstract and poster (for poster session) submission
December 7, 2023: Notification of acceptance
December 11, 2023: Conference program
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ABSTRACTS:
Paper format: A4
Margins: top, bottom, left, right – 2 cm
Abstract length: no more than two pages
Font: Times New Roman #14, 1.5 line spacing
Title of Abstract
(not exceeding 15 words; the first letter of each word should be capitalized, except for articles, conjunctions, and prepositions)
Author Name and Author Surname1*, Author Name and Author Surname2,…
1Affiliation(s), address(es), e-mail
2Affiliation(s), address(es), e-mail
Introduction. The Introduction section should comprehensively provide the background and objectives of the research.
Materials and Methods (if any). This section presents details of the methodology used, along with information on any previous efforts with corresponding references.
Experimental Materials (if any). This section should include experimental data, facts, and practical development from a theoretical perspective.
Results. The important and main findings of the study should be in this section. The tables, figures, and references should be presented in sequence to emphasize the important information or observations related to the research.
Conclusion. Section summarizing the content of the abstract, providing the outcome of the research, and/or suggesting further study on the subject.
Funding (if any). Authors should indicate the funding sources of their manuscripts by providing the name of the funding organization or financial support along with the assigned grant/award number.
References (if any). The formatting of references should adhere to the international APA style (American Psychological Association).
Keywords: from 5 to 8 keywords related to the topic
N.B.! In some cases (for example, if the abstracts are of a review nature or are devoted to methodological aspects of implementing integrity systems in universities or organizations), free choice of the abstract’s content is allowed.
One page A4, the same requirements for structure as in the abstract.