The course provides participants with knowledge, competence and skills on the relevance of ethics in the context of a higher education institution, and more specifically as related to the execution of a teaching task.
Learning contents include study of non-ethical behaviours such as plagiarism, cheating and of ethical dilemmas that are well-defined, but complex and nonroutine. Cybersecurity, intercultural differences, protection of privacy, copyright and intellectual property protection are included in the discussion questions.
Interpret and analyse situations, procedures and structures within higher education institutions in relation to ethical standards.
Develop appropriate measures and tools to address deficiencies and malfunctions, especially pertaining to administrative roles and tasks
Unit 1 Why should I be ethical? Unit 2 Personal Information and Data Analysis Ethics Unit 3 Library Ethics Unit 4 International outbound students' university policies Unit 5 Student selection process Unit 6 Ethics and Sustainability Unit 7 Cyber Crimes in Education Unit 8 Procurement Final Assignment
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Participants whose first language is not English are recommended to have a minimum English language-proficiency of B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The self-assessment grid under this link provides potential participants with an overview in case of unfamiliarity with this framework.
All learning materials are delivered entirely online. You’ll have access to a course website, which includes:
a unit overview
course-specific materials and activities
audio and video content
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You’ll need broadband internet access and a desktop or laptop computer with an up-to-date version of Windows (10 or 11), or macOS (10.15 or higher).
It’s also possible to access our learning management system on a mobile phone, tablet device, however, as you will have to download the moodle application for Android or MacOs.
For the assignments and final assignment, you will be required to use any word processor, such as Microsoft Word, Google Sheets, Pages, and convert it to a PDF, you can download it here.
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