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Blackboard: a Web-based resource In the teaching of a multi-disciplinary/ multi-institutional computer ethics course
Grodzinsky, Frances; Griffin, Joe
This paper will focus on the use of a commercially available collaborative learning management tool (CLMT), Blackboard and how if has been used fa enhance the teaching of professional issues in a large cohort given at the Universiy af Limerick in Ireland and a small writing-based -senior ethics course given at Sacred Heart Universiy. This study details the various fncilities offered by Blackboard. some of the ways in which the tools were used to enhance learning and critical thinking and some reflections on the strengihs and weaknesses of the tool. A prospective design and implementation of an international collaboration between the huo classes will be explained along with the objectives and outcome assessment methods.
Keyword(s): CLMT; teaching; computer ethics; Blackboard
Publication Date:
2002
Type: Conference item
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Language(s): English
Institution: University of Limerick
Citation(s): Technology and Society, 2002. (ISTAS'02). 2002 International Symposium;pp. 126-131
http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISTAS.2002.1013807
Publisher(s): IEEE Computer Society
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