Encryption Issues (Sample Scenarios from the CSTB)
Secondary Title Rights and Responsibilities of Participants in Networked Communities



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Year 1994
Language English
  • Using Case Studies Bibliography



    This bibliography includes examples of different ways instructors have used case studies to introduce ethical topics to their students and resources for finding cases and incorporating them into the classroom.

    Author(s) Kelly Laas
    Year 2016
  • Added06/26/2006


    In this essay, Dr. Whitbeck outlines an 'agent-centered' approach to learning ethics. The central aim is to prepare students to act wisely and responsibly when faced with moral problems. She provides a number of examples and cases with descriptions of questions and directions for promoting student participation and stimulating thought and discussion.

    Year 1995
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