ENAI Academic Integrity Summer School 2023

  • Venue: Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Informatics, University of Maribor, Slovenia
  • Dates: 21st – 25th August 2023
  • Instruction Type: Face-to-face
  • Target Group: Students who are interested in academic integrity
  • Eligibility: Students from the Erasmus+ FAITH project partners may apply. Partners of the Erasmus+ FAITH project are Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Konstanz University, Porto University, University of Maribor, ENAI member institutions, and Slovenian academic institutions.
  • Registration Fee: Free

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  • Academic integrity (AI) is a crucial aspect of quality assurance in higher education (HE) institutions. Lack of integrity undermines trust in university diplomas and academia as a whole. With FAITH, You don't need to think those problems...

Who We Are?

FAITH is an Erasmus+ project launched in 2021 to establish minimum standards for academic integrity in higher education institutions, prevent cheating behaviors among students, and support those affected by academic dishonesty. Through best practices, FAITH will develop policies, guidance materials, courses, workshops, and an interactive web portal to promote a culture of academic integrity and combat cheating in higher education institutions.

FAITH Project

Project Results

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Minimum standards for academic integrity policies

The FAITH project provides guidance and support for educational institutions in establishing minimum standards for academic integrity policies. This includes policies on plagiarism, cheating, and other forms of academic misconduct.

Guidance materials and training for students

The project offers a range of guidance materials and training programs aimed at educating students about the importance of academic integrity and preventing them from engaging in dishonest behavior. This includes online resources, training sessions.

Guidance materials and training for educators

The FAITH project also provides guidance and training for educators on how to promote and enforce academic integrity policies in the classroom. This includes resources for designing assignments and assessments that discourage cheating.






Project Result



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Frequently Asked Questions

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The FAITH project, which stands for Facing Academic Integrity Threats, is an initiative aimed at promoting academic integrity and combating academic misconduct in higher education institutions.

The FAITH project involves collaboration between educators, researchers, and institutions from across Europe and beyond who are committed to addressing issues related to academic integrity.

The FAITH project offers a range of activities including conferences, seminars, webinars, training sessions, and the development of educational resources to raise awareness and promote best practices in academic integrity.

There are several ways to get involved in the FAITH project, including attending events, participating in training sessions, contributing to research, and joining the project's online community.