Sonja Bjelobaba is project manager for the project Research ethics courses at the Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics as well as an associate professor in Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian at the Department of Modern Languages the Uppsala university. Sonja Bjelobaba is a vice-president of European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI) and co-ordinator of the Erasmus+ strategic partnership project Bridging Integrity in Higher Education, Business and Society (BRIDGE, 2020-2023). She defended her thesis at the University of Gothenburg where she, as an educational developer, taught research integrity, postgraduate supervision courses and other courses for faculty relating to teaching and learning in higher education. Sonja Bjelobaba’s research concentrate on academic integrity in the Balkans and in Sweden.
Bridging Integrity in Higher Education, Business and Society
BRIDGE seeks to bridge academic integrity, research integrity, integrity in business, and integrity in society.
European Network for Academic Integrity
ENAI is supporting higher education institutions to work together in the field of academic integrity.
Research Ethics & Law: Protecting integrity
Ethical and legal issues arise on several levels in association with research. There are questions related to the interpretation of legal frameworks, the recruitment of research subjects, the research process and the dissemination of research results.
Part of Academic Integrity: Broadening Practices, Technologies, and the Role of Students, p. 3-16, 2022.
Part of Towards Consistency and Transparency in Academic Integrity, p. 131-146, 2018.
Part of Integrity in Education for Future Happiness, p. 9-18, 2020.
Part of The Literacy Trek. Journal of literacy and language studies, p. 55-77, 2021.
Part of Research Ideas and Outcomes, 2022.
Part of International Journal for Educational Integrity, 2021.
Part of Ethics and Integrity in Teacher Education, p. 43-54, 2022.
Researching Academic Integrity: Designing Research to Help Participants Give Genuine Responses Using Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
Part of Academic Integrity: Broadening Practices, Technologies, and the Role of Students, p. 47-65, 2022.