Learning academic integrity through games
- Date: –16:00
- Location: Zoom BMC, IFV Konferensrummet
- Lecturer: Sonja Bjelobaba & Bridge team
- Contact person: Sonja Bjelobaba
Welcome to a full day of informative and interactive workshops and presentations in ethics and integrity in thesis writing and academic integrity designed for master students!
Welcome to the " Learning academic integrity through games" learning, teaching, and training event, organized as part of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships project “Bridging Integrity in Higher Education, Business and Society” (BRIDGE 2020-1-SE01-KA203-077973). The BRIDGE project aims to create a bridge between academic sphere, business and society in order to reach a broader understanding of interrelated aspects of integrity between these fields.
The event will take place on March 22nd and will feature a full day (9-16) of informative and interactive workshops and presentations in ethics and integrity in thesis writing, designed for master students.
During the morning session (which will be in hybrid mode), we will start with a welcome and presentation of the BRIDGE project. This will be followed by a presentation of a BRIDGE module on "From academic to research integrity" which will provide you with practical tools to promote ethics and integrity in your studies and your thesis writing.
After a coffee break, we will present a second BRIDGE module on "Business ethics", which will give you an opportunity to explore the ethical dimensions of the university and business collaborations.
Following these presentations, we will engage in a workshop designed to help you learn about academic integrity through games. This workshop will provide a fun and interactive way for you to develop and strengthen your understanding of academic integrity and its importance in your studies.
In the afternoon, we will continue with a lecture and workshop: Academic Integrity and academic writing skills.
The event will conclude with a brief wrap-up and closing remarks.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Number of places is limited and registration is required.
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