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Using Google Sites Technology to Teach Undergraduate Courses

Irina Dudina
2012 International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education  
As Anderson and Simpson pointed out, "online sites support complex discourses and multiple relationships; they cross physical, Using Google Sites Technology to Teach Undergraduate Courses: Ethical Considerations  ...  The findings demonstrated that (1) Google Sites may considerably support instructors of undergraduate courses in their efforts to motivate students' learning and empower them with interactive course materials  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijcee.2012010101 fatcat:26obrdefxjd5fm3zo5vyhy3vza

Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence Courses [article]

Emanuelle Burton, Judy Goldsmith, Sven Koenig, Benjamin Kuipers, Nicholas Mattei, Toby Walsh
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We also provide concrete suggestions on how to integrate AI ethics into a general artificial intelligence course and how to teach a stand-alone artificial intelligence ethics course.  ...  The recent surge in interest in ethics in artificial intelligence may leave many educators wondering how to address moral, ethical, and philosophical issues in their AI courses.  ...  For example, Nourbakhsh created an open course website for teaching robot ethics 7 that contains teaching resources to teach a lecture or a whole course on the topic.  ... 
arXiv:1701.07769v1 fatcat:fldxga3emnbbbd4rqivjtppfoq

How to maneuver in the world of negative online reviews, the important ethical considerations for attorneys, and changes needed to protect the legal profession

Angela Goodrum
2015 Information & communications technology law  
Next, this article will outline the ethical considerations of attorneys if they want to respond to negative online feedback, such as disclosure of confidential information.  ...  42 Id. 43 Id. 44 Id. 45 Id. 46 Martha Chan, Have You Googled Your Name Lately?  ... 
doi:10.1080/13600834.2015.1042568 fatcat:3wefm2zosnhdve5kz4gpkneb5q

Finding the Active Learning Consequences of Management Information System Course: Case Study of Postgraduate and Undergraduate Students

Hlaing Htake Khaung Tin, Thet Thet Aung, Myat Mon Khaing, Ei Theint Theint Thu, Khin Lay Myint
2021 The Educational Review USA  
Acknowledgements I would like to acknowledge all of my colleagues at University of Computer Studies, Hinthada for their care and help through my research effort.  ...  Last, not least, I dedicate my special and big thanks a lot to my family for giving me constant motivation and encouragement during my quarantine period.  ...  During the course of the lesson, the instructor guides the MIs approach to use the Google Site Designer, Web Designer, Group discussion, Web site evaluation and exam preparation.  ... 
doi:10.26855/er.2021.03.002 fatcat:vz7bi65unzef3omdtnoza7jfue

Development of the Animal Conservation Digital Learning Aids and Assessments through the Industry-University Collaborative Course

Yu-Horng Chen
2021 Sustainability  
The results show that the undergraduates were able to integrate the expertise they gained in the course to developing high-quality digital learning materials.  ...  In the initiative stage of the course, the undergraduates were required to work as a team and to learn in a group by observing and experiencing the model apps provided in the class.  ...  Acknowledgments: Special thanks to Professor Chih-Hua Fang and Professor Fen-Fen Chang for their support during the preparation of the course.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13147524 fatcat:jduo7fjx2jbedjuwp3kxliwshe

Students Perception of Appreciation of Ethics and Civilization Course at Universiti Teknologi Mara, Penang Branch

Emie Sylviana Binti Mohd Zahid, Nurfahiratul Azlina Binti Ahmad, Imaaduddin Bin Abdul Halim, Ahmad Termizi Bin Ab Lateh
2022 International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development  
However, to what extent is the students' perception of the Appreciation of Ethics and Civilization course at  ...  The Appreciation of Ethics and Civilization Course is one of the new compulsory courses introduced in the 2019/2020 intake session for all public universities.  ...  The findings found that the platforms used by lecturers for course code CTU554 are Microsoft team, Google Meet, and the use of Live Chat, group chat, and WhatsApp chat.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarped/v11-i2/14136 fatcat:nmkn5wauj5aktpc3m2my3ftotm

VIRTUALISING THE QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS COURSE: AN ISLAND-BASED APPROACH

JAMES BAGLIN, JOHN REECE, JENALLE BAKER
2015 Statistics Education Research Journal  
The sessions combined the use of an online virtual world, cloud collaboration technology, and a statistical package inorder to simulate the entire data investigative cycle.  ...  Many recent improvements in pedagogical practice have been enabled by the rapid development of innovative technologies, particularly for teaching quantitative research methods and statistics.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study was granted ethics approval by the RMIT University College Human Ethics Advisory Network on March 12, 2013. This study would not have been possible without  ... 
doi:10.52041/serj.v14i2.260 fatcat:m3d2mw6fanctfewqvb34t6iddq

Access Anglesey 2018: Lessons from an inclusive field course

Jacqueline J. Houghton, Daniel J. Morgan, Clare E. Gordon, Alison Stokes, Christopher L. Atchison, Trevor D. Collins, Benjamin Craven, Katy Willis
2020 Advances in Geosciences  
Practical interventions found to support access and inclusion for the benefit of all participants included using an audio tour-guide system to communicate with students at field locations, using a four-wheel  ...  We developed a residential geoscience field course designed to be physically accessible to, and socially inclusive of, a diverse range of learners including those with limited physical mobility and neurodiverse  ...  necessary technology and associated technical support were readily available on-site.  ... 
doi:10.5194/adgeo-53-183-2020 fatcat:q67hppd66fcfljdpha2evtbxx4

A mobile technology‐based cooperative learning platform for undergraduate biology courses in common college classrooms

Chun Zhou, Matthew Lewis
2021 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education  
We tested the MBCL platform in multiple undergraduate biology courses.  ...  Here, we have established a mobile technology-based cooperative learning (MBCL) platform that comprises the 2018 iPad, Apple Pencil, LiveBoard, Google Forms, and Google Drive.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research project was supported by a Teaching Innovation Microgrant from Mercy College.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bmb.21496 pmid:33751781 fatcat:kf75gd26mbf75hpd2ahj56mysq

Applications of technologies in T&I courses in Australia: Perceptions of T&I academics

Seb Dianati, Akiko Uchiyama, Natsuko Akagawa
2022 Journal of Translation and Language Studies  
While each technological approach has its limitations, there is a pressing need to understand the extent of teaching using technological tools in the Australian context, so that future translators and  ...  As Neural Machine Translation and Artificial Intelligence continues to improve, so will these new technological methods and the way academics teach T&I programs.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the School of Languages and Cultures Strategic Research Fund Initiative at the University of Queensland who provided financial support totalling $15,562.40  ... 
doi:10.48185/jtls.v3i2.511 fatcat:ucw2m7a55vap3dehmaq4pidwpm

Undergraduate Student Led Research: An Applied Anthropology Course as a Community-Based Research Firm

Jason Miller
2021 Journal  
Increasingly, undergraduate students desire hands-on learning experiences to prepare them for life after graduation.  ...  The course is structured as if participants are an independent, community-based research "firm" that has been contracted by a local community agency to undertake research on their behalf.  ...  Teaching this course has allowed me to deepen my own methodological approaches to applied anthropology and explore research topics I otherwise may have never considered but, none-the-less, are of importance  ... 
doi:10.22582/ta.v11i3.581 fatcat:b5djy557enfa5g2neogczgmtku

A Syllabi Analysis of Social Media for Teaching and Learning Courses

Enilda Romero-Hall, Lilin Li
2020 EAD em Foco  
The purpose of this syllabus analysis was to explore the structure of courses focused on social media and geared toward education professionals.  ...  Keywords: Teaching and learning. Social media in higher education. Curriculum Analysis.  ...  The initial step involved inviting instructors who teach courses related to "social media for teaching and learning" in instructional design (educational technology, instructional technology, or learning  ... 
doi:10.18264/eadf.v10i2.1221 fatcat:amu5byrfpnefbksbkyzyt2vwqu

Breaking Boundaries in Computing in Undergraduate Courses

Kam D. Dahlquist, John David N. Dionisio, Ran Libeskind-Hadas, Anna Bargagliotti
2018 Journal of research in stem education  
An important question in undergraduate curricula is that of incorporating computing into STEM courses for majors and non-majors alike. What does it mean to teach "computing" in this context?  ...  This paper contributes to this important dialog by describing three undergraduate courses that have been developed and taught at Harvey Mudd College and Loyola Marymount University.  ...  Seaver College of Science and Engineering for affording us the repeated opportunity to team-teach the Biological Databases course. We thank Glenn Johnson-Grau of the William H.  ... 
doi:10.51355/jstem.2018.37 fatcat:l365uhinevhhhlnzpawcvdx3q4

From Geography Department to Business School: Strategies for Transplanting GIS Courses between Disciplines

Ifan D. H. Shepherd
2009 Journal of Geography in Higher Education  
The author then uses a transplantation analogy to describe the process whereby he adapted his own GIS modules following a move from a modestly sized geography department to a large business school.  ...  Conclusions are drawn on the potential for geographers to assist in the development of GIS courses for other disciplines in the future.  ...  and who provided useful feedback on my ideas at a formative stage.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03098260903034038 fatcat:vvyxedhauzff5ntg3eb34bnfi4

Intentional Informationists: Re-envisioning Information Literacy and Re-designing Instructional Programs Around Faculty Librarians' Strengths as Campus Connectors, Information Professionals, and Course Designers

Debra Hoffmann, Amy Wallace
2013 The journal of academic librarianship  
In addition, they pose questions and detail opportunities, partnerships, and examples of curricular and co-curricular integration to engage students beyond the library, instruction sessions, a single course  ...  information problems and pitfalls, and provide solutions or considerations that do not just meet her individual needs.  ...  We believe that undergraduate students can and should be introduced to theories of commodification and ownership of information, ethical uses of bio-recognition and genetic information, and convergence  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2013.06.004 fatcat:jopejln2gradla3xlrk6ehdmn4
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