Launched for the Globethics Consortium on Ethics in Higher Education. With more than 79'000 items the Ethics in Higher Education Collection aims to help students, teachers and higher education administrators to stay well informed on ethical issues affecting university life, and to understand how to advocate for the respective interests of all parties, at the institutional, state, regional and international levels.
Newest forms of innovative education are presented in an ambitious collection on ethics in higher education, addressing key issues such as:
Why didactic method is as important as the delivery of a good curriculum?
How to support by means of institutional efforts students to aspire to and plan for education?
The main aim of the collection is to transcend the empirical layer of education in order to provide a careful normative description and ethical incentives for good education. But what does good education mean?
Is an educated student a person who is mastering technology?
Is a competent researcher a person who is able of developing disinterested knowledge?
Applying practical knowledge in context is certainly as important as refocusing our self-understanding on virtue based values.
Inspired by the wisdom collected since early Antiquity to the current contexts, Globethics.net Library helps to manifest the highest level of academic integrity and reminds us that simply dealing with others honestly and fairly are universal values.
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Classification tree: Overview
EC0 Reference works
EC1 Philosophical history and meta-doctrines on the value of good education for life
EC2 Education, research and assessment methods in contemporary education institutions and ethics
EC3 Education, research and society
EC4 Education and ethics: ethics in the transmission of knowledge, in the reception of knowledge and the organisation of higher education
EC5 Education and economics
EC6 Education, politics and policy
EC7 By geographical areas