International Conference on Academic Integrity in Public Administration and Educational Institutions
Keywords:academic integrity, public administration, higher education, school education
Everyone knows that the educational environment sets requirements, rules, and procedures for conducting research and starting students. It is the stakeholders of the educational environment (the state, employers, parents, students) who determine how the learning process should be built and what competencies a student should possess after graduation. All stakeholders agree that the educational process must be built on the principle of academic integrity.
What is academic integrity?
The answer to this question was sought by the participants of the conference.
As it turned out, academic integrity is connected not only with issues of prevention of plagiarism in scientific works, but also with teaching at school, presentation of results of scientific works by researches, relations between teacher and student, state regulation of economic, educational and other relations.
I hope that our International Conference on Academic integrity in public administration and educational institutions (APAEI) will become an annual venue for discussing about academic integrity.
As Chair of the International Conference on Academic integrity in public administration and educational institutions (APAEI) it is my great pleasure and honor to welcome you all to the first edition of our conference!
Kyiv-Tallinn, March 26, 2020
Iryna Mihus, APAEI’2020 Chair
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