Inspired by the Learning to Love You More Project, the goal for these assignments is to incorporate creativity into your daily routine.For a designated period of time (one week, one month, two months) have students choose a different assignment to do each day and post online, in a wiki or blog (Please include the link to your class wiki or blog at the bottom of the page). They may use a camera or sketch pad to document their work and must give the work a title and description. Students are also encouraged to add new assignment ideas that they create to the list.
Please contribute content to this wiki that is critical to the teaching and learning of mathematics. Remember to include appropriate category tags to facilitate finding your page.
Ethics and Information Technology focuses on the ethical dilemmas that exist where human beings, information objects, and social computing technologies interact. The course explores emerging ethical models from historical and cross-cultural perspectives and then applies these models to a variety of new and emerging technologies that are inherently social in their construction and use. Initial examples of issues that the course covers in discrete modules include: the integrity of digital content in a networked world; identity and avatars; and interpersonal engagement through online games and virtual environments. Students explore the technological underpinnings of associated technology systems, experiment with individual and group interaction with technologies, and examine the mechanics of ethical and unethical behaviors.
This is a place to gather and reflect on knowledge, and to contribute to the knowledge base by making thoughtful analyses and connections that are relevant to the philosophical and historical perspectives on the child in society.
The UCD Open Educational Resources (OER) are provided by UCD Teaching and Learning to facilitate flexible, open and personalised access to a series of educational materials. The nature of access has determined the chosen platform, they are held within an independent website, so that no authentication is required to enable access from anywhere and by anyone.
Those individuals who wish to, may avail of a collection of tools embedded in the site (personalised logs, discussion pages, exercise dataset, etc) by registering for an account.
This Handbook highlights how you may engage and utilise these tools to support your (continuing) professional development.
- Arts and Humanities
- Business and Communication
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