Seventh INQAAHE Talks webinar

Academic Integrity: Safeguarding Trust in Higher Education

March 29, 2023 (Wednesday)
12:00 – 13:30 GMT

Online (via Zoom)


INQAAHE Talks webinar series presentations aim to connect INQAAHE membership with the broader international higher education community to collectively reflect on shared challenges and best practice, providing insights with a view to ensuring that higher education and quality assurance continue to serve the best interest of our increasingly interconnected communities.

Developments in IT are bringing new challenges to academic integrity, ranging from the proliferation of online academic writing services to innovations in AI such as ChatGPT, as well as increasingly sophisticated diploma mills and certification frauds. Threats to academic integrity if left unaddressed risk to undermine confidence in the value of higher education qualifications with serious consequences for our globally interconnected communities.Join us in this interactive session where we will be contribute to raise awareness about different forms that threats to academic integrity can take, and the responses available to the international education community.

We are delighted to have the insights and expertise from the following lead TE experts:

Helen Gniel, Director HE Integrity Unit at the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).
Mairéad Boland, Senior Manager, Academic Integrity Regulation and Strategic Partnerships, Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI).
Salim Razi, Associate Professor in the English Language Teaching Department of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey.
Chris Lyons, Head of External Engagement at UK ENIC and Chair for The Association for International Credential Evaluation Professional (TAICEP) Committee for Standards and Quality.

The session will be moderated by Fabrizio Trifiro, INQAAHE Board Director.


Please, find more information about the speakers here.

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