ENAI Monthly Webinars

ENAI monthly webinar are free open webinars on various topics related to academic integrity. Anyone interested in academic integrity is invited!

The webinars are jointy organised by ENAI and Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics, Uppsala University, Sweden.


Support for victims of academic misconduct: an interactive portal and support network
Rita Santos, FAITH project
9th December 2022, 13:00 CET


  • Timing: second Friday of the month, 1 PM CEST/CET
  • Topics: various on academic integrity
  • Lecturers: ENAI related experts
  • Audience: everyone interested in the topics
  • Price: free
  • Registration: The registration is necessary to receive a webinar Zoom link. You can register for multiple webinars, or just for one and register for the others later. To join the webinars, please register here.

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Support for victims of academic misconduct: an interactive portal and support network

Rita Santos
9th December 2022, 13:00 CET

This webinar aims to raise awareness of the importance of supporting victims of academic and research malpractice through evidence from current research. This webinar will also present the features of the Victim Support Portal. Participants will be guided through the Portal to acquire knowledge on aspects related to academic and research malpractice and the importance of getting support, and how to seek support if experiencing a case of academic or research misconduct. Aspects related to the types of reported misconduct actions and the impact of the Portal will also be discussed, as well as the resources currently available (e.g. bibliography, stories and blog).

About the lecturer

Dr Rita Santos is a senior researcher and project manager of the ENAI and the Coordinator of ENAI’s Support for Victims of Academic Misconduct Working Group. She was a junior researcher at the H2020 INTEGRITY project, where she developed teaching materials about academic integrity and responsible conduct in research for high school students. She also collaborated in seminars about research ethics and integrity for biomedical PhD students and Postdoctoral researchers. She is a certified VIRT2UE research integrity trainer.

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Artificial intelligence and academic integrity

Thomas Lancaster
9th September 2022, 13:00 CEST

Artificial intelligence is becoming part of everyday life for many, so much so that many current students will find themselves relying on artificial intelligence tools when they progress into employment. The educational community has not yet fully embraced the opportunities offered through artificial intelligence or considered the possibly ways in which these technologies could be misused by students, allowing them to breach academic integrity standards. Join this webinar where Dr Thomas Lancaster will discuss artificial intelligence technologies available for students now and how this can be used to provide them with unauthorised assistance for written and creative assignments. He will demonstrate written and graphical outputs from current tools that students can access and consider how the educational community should adapt its processes in light of artificial intelligence.

About the lecturer

Dr Thomas Lancaster is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Computing at Imperial College London, UK, with responsibility for student support. He has been researching academic integrity related topics since 2000. Thomas is best known for research into contract cheating, a threat to academic integrity he first discussed in 2006. He now sees a similar threat posed by artificial intelligence and encourages the sector to consider early interventions to this threat. Thomas works with sector bodies on academic integrity and regularly delivers keynote addresses and provides training on associated issues.
You can find out more about Thomas at www.thomaslancaster.co.uk.

Improving skills as a thesis supervisor

Veronika Krásničan & Dita Henek Dlabolová
14th October 2022, 13:00 CEST

The webinar is intended for all academics and also PhD students who supervise or will supervise students’ theses. Experienced supervisors, “newbies” in this role and future supervisors are invited. The aim of the webinar is to discuss the necessary knowledge and skills from the field of academic and research integrity that master’s and PhD students should have for doing their research and writing a thesis. This will be promoted through the presentation and discussion of the checklist for thesis supervisors developed within the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project Bridging Integrity in Higher Education, Business and Society (BRIDGE). The checklist will be shared with the participants and the complementary checklists for master’s and PhD students will also be introduced.

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About the lecturers

Veronika Krásničan (earlier Králíková) is a researcher and project output leader of the BRIDGE project. She leads an output focused on bridging research ethics and academic integrity. In her research activities, she focuses also on contract cheating and business ethics.

Dita Henek Dlabolová is an executive manager of the ENAI. She is an experienced teacher and trainer in the field of academic integrity with the main focus on plagiarism prevention and academic writing. She has been involved in several academic integrity and interpretation of outputs of text-matching software.

Celebrating the European Year of Youth through Academic integrity. How students help in establishing institutional integrity and values

11th November 2022, 13:00 CET

This webinar will be moderated by Oraz Myradov and count Megan O’Connor as the invited speaker to present students’ perspectives on the topic of academic integrity in digitised education. Megan is an ENAI award winning academic integrity expert from the Republic of Ireland.

Students play a crucial role in upholding the fundamental values of academic integrity. With the digitalisation of education, not only are many students under more pressure and mental health challenges, but the risk of getting caught is, for many, considered less than the risk of not doing well. This begs to question of where we are placing our value as a society – on quality education or on grades and where does this stem from? How the relevant examination tools can help to ensure the quality of education while putting students in the centre of the learning process and what role do teachers and administration play in it?

About the lecturer

Oraz Myradov is the head of the ENAI working group for students and also Executive Committee member of the European Students’ Union (ESU). Representatives of the ESU are members of the ENAI working groups for students.

The purpose of the ENAI working group for students is to integrate students and student bodies in ENAI activities, support student community with academic integrity tools and resources and consult with ENAI members on students’ involvement in the area of academic integrity.

The European Students’ Union (ESU) is the umbrella organisation of 45 National Unions of Students (NUS) from 40 countries. The aim of ESU is to represent and promote the educational, social, economic and cultural interests of students at the European level towards all relevant bodies and in particular the European Union, Bologna Follow Up Group, Council of Europe and UNESCO. Through its members, ESU represents almost 20 million students in Europe.

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