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Title:(Re)envisioning an information ethics/policy course for the future
Author(s):Burgess, John T.F.; Jones, Kyle M.L.
Subject(s):Course design
Instructional design
Team-based design
Abstract:This session of the ALISE Information Ethics SIG will serve as a focal point for conversations about ethics education for resilience, with a special emphasis on collaboratively developing competency-driven goals, learning objectives, and measurable outcomes. Resilience is a cross and interdisciplinary idea, residing in psychological, educational, sociological, ecological, and economic circles. The more of these perspectives are represented in a live course planning session, the greater the potential is to create well-rounded, research-grounded, teaching modules for the information ethics curriculum that can lead to sustained efforts.
Issue Date:2021-09-20
Information ethics
Information policy
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Date Available in IDEALS:2021-09-17

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