Standards for evaluating proposals to develop ethics curricula

Science and Engineering Ethics 11 (3):501-507 (2005)

Abstract

A focus on standards for assessing proposals for online teaching of practical and professional ethics provides an approach to standards for raising the level of online teaching. Intellectual merit, broad impact, and integration of research and teaching featuring a high level of interactivity are key criteria for evaluation. Especially noted is research that can serve to prepare instructors, to enrich the content of courses, and to stimulate further research. Yet raising the level of online teaching hinges on developing easy access and navigability in an online curriculum.

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