Acquiring ethical communicative tools for an online ethics training
|Acquiring ethical communicative tools for an online ethics training|
|Author(s)||Serra M., Baneres D., Santamaria E., Basart J.M.|
|Published in||SIGDOC'11 - Proceedings of the 29th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication|
|Keyword(s)||applied ethics, communicative tools, engineering, forum, online environment, openstudy, technological resources, wiki (Extra: applied ethics, communicative tools, forum, Online environments, openstudy, Technological resources, wiki, Communication, E-learning, Information technology, Personnel training, Professional aspects, Students, Teaching, Philosophical aspects)|
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Acquiring ethical communicative tools for an online ethics training is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Serra M., Baneres D., Santamaria E., Basart J.M. and published in SIGDOC'11 - Proceedings of the 29th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication.
Nowadays, one of the most dynamic areas in applied ethics is professional ethics (e.g. in the areas of medicine, business and engineering). In this paper, we will focus on the online teaching of professional ethics to undergraduate engineering students, mainly in the specialty of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). More specifically, the pedagogical structure for the ethical training of future engineers will be designed, within an online context, based on a set of ethical communicative tools. Besides, our proposal will analyze which technological resources are suitable to develop the appropriate ethical communicative competences required by the engineering students, when confronting moral conflicts in their daily professional exercise.
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