- Introduction to Ethics Education
The course on Ethics in Higher Education for Teaching Professionals (EHE-TP) is supported by the Globethics.net Consortium of Universities on Ethics in Higher Education (GEC).The module "Introduction to Ethics Education" aims to provide you with a global overview on ethical issues and best practices at the university level. After completion of the course, you will be able to recognise, understand and address ethical issues concerning the selection and recruitment process, the resources provided to teaching staff and students, the challenges facing university leadership and support staff in solving these issues.Instructor: Dr Anh Tho Andres, Globethics.net Ethics Education Programme Executive, based in Geneva.
Students who wish to become a "Certified Ethics Professionals" may move on to the next modules of the EHE-TP ptogramme provided by Globethics.net.
More info on this program can be obtained under this link:http://academy.globethics.net.
- Module 1. Personal Information and Data Analysis Ethics
The objective of this module is to introduce you to the key concepts and considerations regarding the treatment and management of personal information in the context of data protection and big data analysis.
- Module 2. Library Ethics
This module focuses on library ethics - which are ethical matters affecting the practice of librarianship and how that impacts on the library’s ability to deliver quality services. It excludes issues of copyright because that is a legal matter based on laws of different countries.
- Module 3. International outbound students’ university policies
Internationalisation in higher education is inexorable. It is also a contested notion and open for interrogation and even criticism in terms of behaviours (of individuals and institutions) and in terms of impacts (benefits and unintended consequences). This module is about ethical challenges abound.
- Module 4. Student selection process
The topic of this module is selection and the principle of Equal Opportunities [EO] in the tertiary education sector. To deal with this topic demands a reflection on the importance of ethical criteria in higher education.
- Module 5. Ethics and Sustainability
In today’s world, there is a growing interest and concern to make sustainable development work. This model is based on strong demand for the organization to behave more responsibly because of their daily impacts on the environment and beyond.