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ETHICAL USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN DIGITAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: GRADUATE STUDENT PERSPECTIVES


What is it?

This book is the result of a co-design project in a class in the Masters of Education program at the University of Calgary.


Who is it for?

Educators looking to learn more about the ethical use of technology in learning environments.


What can it do?

The book focuses on the safe and ethical use of technology in digital learning environments.

The contents is as follows:

Introduction: Co-design in an ethics and technology graduate course

Part 1: Underlying ethical issues and values of technologies: Artifical intelligence, social networking services, 3D printing
  • Chapter 1: Ethical considerations when using artifical intelligence-based assistive technologies in education
  • Chapter 2: Beware: Be aware - the ethical implications of teachers who use social networking sites (SNSs) to communicate
  • Chapter 3: From consumers to prosumers: How 3D printing is putting us in the driver’s seat for creation and the ethical considerations that accompany this shift

Part 2: Promoting euity in personalized learning contexts: Academic resource sharing, adaptive learning systems, STEM, assistive technologies
  • Chapter 4: Ethical issues in academic resource sharing
  • Chapter 5: Adaptive learning systems in modern classrooms
  • Chapter 6: STEM beyond the acronym: Ethcial considerations in standardizing STEM education in K-12
  • Chapter 7: Considerations of equitable standards in the implementation of assistive technology

Part 3: Nurturing ethical awarness in institutional contexts: Admissions and communications
  • Chapter 8: Who gets in? Examining ethics and equity in post-secondary admissions
  • Chapter 9: To what extent does fake news influence our ability to communicate in learning organizations?








Brown, B., Roberts, V., Jacobsen, M. & Hurrel, C. (eds.) (2020). Ethical use of technology in digital learning environments: Graduate student perspectives. Calgary: University of Calgary.